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A highly sketchy disease that big pharma seems to be cooking up in connection with the forced schooling industry.

ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is an emerging disease, so the official narrative.


The disease only seems to feature for children. Development of ADHD has been shown to be correlated with fluoridation of drinking water,[1] and with consumption of digital media.[2][3]


The main treatment of ADHD is a drug, Ritalin, which has unresearched long term consequences, though it has been suggested that they "addle the brain over the long term".[4] A 2016 study on rats suggested "that young people using amphetamines may have changes in memory and attention well into their thirties."[5]

Questionable efficacy

A 2013 story by The Atlantic, Study: ADHD Symptoms Persist Despite Medication in 9 Out of 10 Kids, reported on "a new study out of Johns Hopkins suggests that the "benefits" used to rationalize medication might not even exist".[6]