The Hippocampus, The Part Of The Brain Essential For Remembering And Learning, According To A New Research, Stops Generating New Brain Cells At 13yrs Of Age. The Hippocampus Was Thought To Generate New Brain Cells Through Adulthood. Researchers Are Hopeful That This Study Could Help With Understanding How To Replace Dead Brain Cells.
Your brain stopped making new cells at age 13, study claims – CNN
The creation of neurons in the brain’s hippocampus ends before we even reach adulthood, study claims.