bbc.co.uk
May 25, 2013

The reason we struggle to recall memories from our early childhood is down to high levels of neuron production during the first years of life, say Canadian researchers.

The formation of new brain cells increases the capacity for learning but also clears the mind of old memories.

The findings were presented to the Canadian Association of Neuroscience.

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