"Twelve percent of U.S. children and teens had a diagnosis of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in 2011, a number that has jumped by 43 percent since 2003, according to a large national study based on parental reports of an ADHD diagnosis."
GUESS WHAT ELSE HAPPENED BETWEEN 2003 AND 2011!?!
New vaccines were added to the CDC's recommended childhood schedule! In 2003, there were 24 doses of 7 different vaccines. In less than 10 years, those numbers jumped to 50 doses of 13 different vaccines!!
Not only has the CDC's recommended childhood vaccination schedule increased an exponential amount, but so has the prevalence of childhood diseases! The above study is just one of many that show this trend.