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Wind Turbine Syndrome, Part III

By: Rosemary Stephen PMed, (cert) EOH, IPM, Elements: Environmental Health Intelligence Parts I and II of this series looked at a small segment of the population who experience physical discomfort when living in close proximity to wind turbines due to infrasound. Approximately 15% of the total population experience health issues caused by infrasound, including disrupted

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Green Oil Spill Clean-up ?

By: Rosemary Stephen PMed, (cert) EOH, IPM, Elements: Environmental Health Intelligence Darryl Carpenter, the VP of Florida-based CW Roberts Contracting, and sub-contractor Otis Goodson found that some types of hay have the ability to bind oil like a sponge [1]. These men may have the most ecologically viable way of dealing with the oil spill

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Wind Turbine Syndrome, Part II

By: Rosemary Stephen PMed, (cert) EOH, IPM, Elements: Environmental Health Intelligence There is a segment of the general population who cannot live close to wind turbines; if such turbines are installed, they complain that their quality of life is greatly affected. Are these people really experiencing symptoms or are they just expressing a “not in

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Landfill fire in paradise, Part II

By: Rosemary Stephen PMed, (cert) EOH, IPM, Elements: Environmental Health Intelligence Landfill fire in New Providence may have exposed residents to dioxins The landfill fire which burned from 12 Feb to 09 Mar 2010 on New Providence island in the Bahamas, may have released dioxins and particulate matter into the air. The smoke became a

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