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We have to travel back to the beginning of life on Earth just to explain why sugars taste so good.

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July 30, 1921 was an exciting day in science history: Banting and Best discovered that insulin really did lower blood sugar levels and could be used to treat diabetes! But how do we get insulin, and what other ways can we treat diabetes? Check out these top CurioCity resources to find out about insulin, diabetes, and stem cell treatments.

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Too many carbohydrates can lead to insulin resistance, which is a major contributor to cardiovascular disease and Type 2 Diabetes. But what are carbs, exactly? And what do they do to our bodies? (5:10 min.)

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Scientists have begun to find links between diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. The fact that both diseases are so common means there will be lots of opportunities for research.

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CurioCity resources which align with New Brunswick's Biology 122/121 (Grade 12) Curriculum Unit 3: Maintaining Dynamic Equilibrium II

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Part 3 of the Knowledge Sharing & Panel Discussion from StemCellTalks Toronto 2015, with Dr. Ravi Retnakaran (Clinician), Dr. Ian Rogers (Scientist), Alexander Ivovic (Patient Advocate), & Stacey Johnson (Biotechnology company representative).

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Part 1 of the Knowledge Sharing & Panel Discussion from StemCellTalks Toronto 2015, with Dr. Ravi Retnakaran, Dr. Ian Rogers, Alexander Ivovic & Stacey Johnson. Moderated by Timothy Caulfield.

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CurioCity resources which align with Prince Edward Island's Biology 621A curriculum topic: Maintaining Dynamic Equilibrium II

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Dr. Janet Rossant, SickKids Research Institute, sits down with CCRM and shares her views on the current trends in regenerative medicine and how the potential for commercialization should factor into research plans.

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The final part of the debate between Professor Michael Sefton and Dr. Alan Wassyng.

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