“There was no direct evidence that exposure to wind farms affects someone’s physical or mental health directly. … There was evidence that people were more likely to be annoyed, particularly annoyed about wind farms, when they were close to them, and we do know that being annoyed, long periods of being annoyed, can lead to stress, and we know stress can lead to …” (http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/feb/11/wind-farm-study-finds-no-direct-evidence-they-affect-health)
Crayfish “are more comfortable in darker water. After giving [them] a series of mild electric shocks … [they] hardly entered the lit paths of the aquarium at all. … The creatures responded positively to chlordiazepoxide (CDZ), a drug used to treat anxiety in humans. Treated crustaceans lost their nerves” (http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/jun/13/crayfish-feel-stress-claim-scientists)
Stunning and chilling.