Wind Turbine Syndrome "Wind Turbine Syndrome: A Report on a Natural Experiment" was self-published in late 2009 by Nina Pierpont, MD, PhD, a pediatrician, who coined the term "Wind Turbine Syndrome.
What does WTS stand for?
WTS stands for Wind Turbine Syndrome
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Samples in periodicals archive:
New Yorkbased pediatrician Nina Pierpont argues in her book, Wind Turbine Syndrome, that turbines may produce sounds that can affect the mood of people nearby or cause physiological problems like insomnia, vertigo, headaches and nausea.
The symptoms are similar to Wind Turbine Syndrome, which an American doctor, Nina Pierpoint, has identified in research in the USA which has received international attention.
Wind Turbine Syndrome has people complaining of headaches and nosebleeds from the low-frequency sound that you can't hear.