Increase in Anxiety or Depression in U.S. Children Ages 6-17

Increase-in-anxiety

In this national data graph, we observe a .99 (“very high correlation”) on the Pearson Correlation Coefficient scale. This means the rate of increase in the vaccine schedule over time is a near perfect match with the rate of increase of anxiety and depression among these young people. Especially because vaccines contain neurotoxins, it is known that a population’s mental health is a useful gauge of vaccine injury.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.