Thu 3 July 2014, The Independent

Why you don't remember being a baby: Study examines infantile amnesia

By Heather Saul
Researchers believe they are closer to discovering why adults cannot remember the first few years of childhood, after a study found the increased rate that new cells are produced at in the brains of babies could increase forgetfulness.
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