Every year, the U.S. National Library of Medicine updates its list of Medical Subject Headings, also known as MeSH descriptors. These descriptors are used to categorize articles in the MEDLINE database, which can be accessed through PubMed. This year, 304 terms were added, 40 were updated, and 8 were removed. Of the 304 terms added, one stands out for its potential usefulness and relevance to our field of research: “Pediatric Obesity”[MeSH]. Research continues to show a link between media use and issues with BMI:

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