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What happens to your brain as you age

As the most complex organ in your body, your brain changes radically throughout your life. Starting from before birth and continuing even after you've died. This is what happens to your brain as you age.

00:00 - What happens to your brain when you age?
00:32 - In the womb
01:03 - Childhood
03:19 - Teenage years
04:48 - Early adulthood
05:27 - Middle age
07:04 - Later life
07:36 - Death

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