CONFIRMED – Science Shows That Vaccinated Children Have 420% Higher Risk of ‘ADHD’ Compared to Non-Vaccinated Kids

Science confirmed that the vaccinated children have 420% higher risk of ADHD than the ones who are not vaccinated. This would deliver an eye-opening answer, rather than the back and forth questioning and confusion. If kids were to be grouped up based on their status of vaccination, and evaluated the children’s health; we could end the debate on childhood vaccination.
Other federal agencies along with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are very adamant about the promotion of simple, straight to the point scientific studies or analyses. Luckily, a group of scientists from the School of Public Health at Jackson State University has took it upon themselves to do the job.

Many of those who have been anti-vaccine will not be in shock because they already know the dangers of vaccines. People from the Health Ranger to Mike Adams, and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Those who aren’t aware of the dangers of vaccination will be surprised by the conclusion of the study.
Published in the Journal of Translational Science, the scientist’s study’s aim was to do two things:
The group of scientists wanted to make a comparison with the large expanse of health outcomes between children who are/aren’t vaccinated.
Their second goal was to evaluate if there was a correlation between vaccines and neurodevelopment disorders (NDD) which is quite notable for our immediate attention when looking into various other factors.
At first, the study begins with a positive tone towards vaccines and their terrific outcomes in disease prevention. However, they begin to discuss early childhood vaccination at the pediatric level. Currently, our children receive 48 doses of vaccines that aim to prevent 14 diseases by the time they are six years of age. This number has increased over the past 60 years! The researchers also found that individual vaccines are tested before they are distributed to the public, despite being known to carry ‘minimal’ health risks.
What’s even more interesting: the long-term effects of vaccines, especially when given such an excessive amount in a short amount of time, that many scientists haven’t looked into it.

“There are very few randomized trials on any existing vaccine recommended for children in terms of morbidity and mortality,” they note, “in part because of ethical concerns involving withholding vaccines from children assigned to a control group.”

Okay, so scientists haven’t wanted to withhold vaccines from children in order to study them, as that would raise ethical concerns. They persisted ahead with vaccinating millions of children with potentially harmful, untested vaccine combinations?
The abstract explains that the major controversy raging at the moment is whether vaccination can be linked to neurodevelopment disorders (NDDs) such as ADHD, autism, etc. A controversy was “fueled by the fact that the U.S. is experiencing what has been described as a ‘silent pandemic’ of mostly subclinical developmental neurotoxicity, in which about 15% of children suffer from a learning disability, sensory deficits, and developmental delays.”
The study involved 666 children, of which 39 percent were unvaccinated. The researchers were able to compile a control group of unvaccinated kids from home school organizations. It was found that vaccinated kids had much lower incidences of chicken pox and whooping cough. There was no significant differences in the rates of other diseases, including Hepatitis A or B, high fever over the previous 6-month period, measles, mumps, meningitis (either bacterial or viral), the flu or rotavirus!
And that’s not all. Vaccinated children were “significantly more likely than the unvaccinated” to have developed one or more of the following:
Autism: 4.2 times higher risk
ADHD: Also 4.2 times higher risk
Learning disabilities: 5.2 times greater risk
Eczema: 2.9 times higher risk
Allergic rhinitis: a massive 30 times higher risk
So, vaccines failed in both areas:
  1. The health outcomes with regard to the diseases being vaccinated against were not really any better for vaccinated children than for unvaccinated kids, with the exception of whooping cough and chicken pox.
  2. The risk of developing a long-term NDD was much higher for vaccinated children than for those who were unvaccinated.