Adults As Old As 79 Can Form New Brain Cells, Study Finds


There has been a long-running debate in the medical community on whether we stop producing new brain cells after childhood. Now, a recent study from Columbia University has revealed new brain cells are formed in adults well into their 70s, similar to the brains of teenagers. Despite this, many elderly people experience cognitive decline, and the…




Adults As Old As 79 Can Form New Brain Cells, Study Finds
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