Just Israeli Researchers Doing Their Thing Again
This seems like a good reason to break open the Cuban cigars.
Between 2016 and 2018, about 40 Canadian and US diplomats and their families stationed in the Cuban capital mysteriously became sick. The so-called “Havana Syndrome” caused headaches, dizziness, loss of balance, nausea and difficulty concentrating and falling asleep.
The initial fear was that the Cubans were triggering the symptoms with some kind of sonic weapon.
Research conducted by Dr. Alon Friedman of Ben-Gurion University and colleagues at the Dalhousie University Brain Repair Center in Nova Scotia, Canada, points to a different culprit: overexposure to pesticides — in particular, fumigation to stop the spread of the Zika virus prominent around that time.
They found a correlation between the individuals most affected and the number of fumigations that were performed at their residences. Both the Cuban and Canadian authorities were fumigating more frequently than usual, according to records from the Canadian embassy.
Now if only we can crack the mystery of Jerusalem Syndrome.
As well as the cause of other delusional behavior.