"In 2005, Flier, then the George C. Reisman professor of medicine at BIDMC, published a landmark study, also in Science, showing that an experimental drug spurred the addition of new neurons in the hypothalamus and offered a potential treatment for obesity. But while the finding was striking, the researchers were unsure whether the new cells functioned like natural neurons." http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2011/11/rebuilding-the-brain’s-circuitry/ Do you know what this drug was? Has it ever made it to human trials? Is there are possible pharmacological fix for those of us whose brains are fried? Thanks.