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Schwartz et al. (doi: 10.1542/ peds.2013-3427) release their findings this week gathered from longitudinal electronic health record data on more than 164,000 children aged 3-18 years. The role that stimulants play during childhood and how the BMI trajectory can change during adolescence is a study you should pay attention to if you follow patients with ADHD—and there are few pediatricians practicing primary care who do not. Read this study and learn more.