Diabetes drug makes brain cells grow ScienceDaily (July 5, 2012) — The widely used diabetes drug metformin comes with a rather unexpected and alluring side effect: it encourages the growth of new neurons in the brain. The study reported in the July 6th issue of Cell Stem Cell, a Cell Press publication, also finds that those neural effects of the drug also make mice smarter.
I have 4 pillows on my bed to choose from based on how I feel when I go sleep. Having this choice helps me sleep better, and a good night's sleep is important for the muscular skeletal system to recover. This is an interesting article on this very subject.