Does low-frequency noise from wind turbines pose any health concerns?

Measurements of wind turbine noise undertaken in Germany, Denmark, the United Kingdom, and the United States over the past decade, and accepted by experienced noise professionals, have shown that the levels of infrasonic noise and vibration radiated from modern wind turbines are at a very low level; so low, that they lie below the threshold of perception, even for those people who are particularly sensitive to such noise.  Proper setbacks from homes reduce concerns of any perceived health risks.