LIFE ITSELF is approaching fast. @MarcHodosh and I are announcing 9 new speakers for our upcoming health conference — and some mega surprises to come! Join us Sept 28 - Oct 1 in San Diego. Check out our other speakers & secure a seat at LifeItself.Health
@drsanjaygupta@robingnelson Excellent podcast 👌 I liked most the fact that raising a child by oneself is hard. As 1st generation immigrants, we had 0 help bringing up our sons.But it is different for them, luckily we all live within 10 mile radius.We have been there for them always and are appreciated ☺️
TONIGHT: @drsanjaygupta was one of our last guests in the theater before the pandemic and he returns to The Late Show to reflect on the last 15 months. Then we're joined by the one and only @TheRitaMoreno! #LSSC
We don't have to lose more lives. We have vaccines that can protect us from severe disease, hospitalization, and death. Let's not allow any more families to suffer the loss of loved ones. Protect yourself and your families - get vaccinated. (2/2)
We hit a grim milestone: 600K lives lost to the virus & I’m reminded of what Dr. Deborah Birx told me a few months ago: "There were about 100,000 deaths that came from that original surge... the rest of them, in my mind, could have been mitigated or decreased substantially" (1/2)
The pandemic isolated so much of family life - and reminds us we are part of a larger community. “No one can take care of a child alone. It's just simply too much" says @robingnelson. The "village" we often talk about is part of our natural evolution. cnn.com/audio/podcasts…
TONIGHT: @StephenAtHome brings you an encore presentation of our last show before NYC shut down. It was March 12, 2020. The guest was @drsanjaygupta, the audience was our staff, and the vibe was WEIRD.
See you on Monday! #LSSCYouThere
How do you weigh the risks when taking off your mask? For many people, it's a mix of math, intuition, emotions… and ambiguity. We can learn a lot from poker, though it's a little more complicated than Texas Hold’em…cnn.com/2021/06/08/hea…
Are US officials prepared or preparing for the certainty of another pandemic?
“No, not right now,” says @drsanjaygupta. He adds the US still lacks a sufficient “essential stockpile” on items like masks if we get hit with another pandemic.
Congratulations to the 2021 Cronkite Award Winners!
This year honors reporting on the pandemic, systemic racism and election integrity. @CNN, @CBSNews & @frontlinepbs take network prizes; local wins for Milwaukee, Missoula and Phoenix; @drsanjaygupta wins for fact checking.
About a quarter of Americans getting their first Covid-19 vaccine shot in the past week were 12-15 — who make up only 5% of the US population. Now, about 15% of that age group has gotten at least one dose. (1/2)
"I knew that obesity put me at risk, but with the pandemic, it put me at risk in a way that was so in my face every day that it scared me to death, though I like to tell people it scared me to life,” I tell @drsanjaygupta on today’s podcast: cnn.it/3yBfRuu
“Purpose, plan, and accountability” – @P90X creator @Tony_Horton shares his secrets to a fitness routine you can stick with for greater health coming out of the pandemic. Hear his conversation with @drsanjaygupta on today's Chasing Life.
Listen now. cnn.it/3p06xvX
“When we need science most, most of the time, it’s the process that we’re asking people to trust, not the knowledge, and the process takes time...It’s when we need it most, when we’re the least sure, that science has to take its time.” @AbdulElSayed w/ @drsanjaygupta 🙌#SciCommm5
Our #HFCReads pick for the month of May is @drsanjaygupta’s “Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age.""
Hear from a neurosurgeon who has traveled extensively and conducted research in pursuit of the perfect Brain Health Habits: bit.ly/3bEZAuG
“It's hard for me to look people in the eye. I feel like I'm rambling. Just know that everybody feels that way.”
- @DrMarisaGFranco on the challenges of socializing in our new normal
Listen to her conversation with @drsanjaygupta on this week's podcast. cnn.it/2QvpB8e
Since many have asked today, all approved covid vaccinations are VERY effective in preventing normal lungs (on the L) from looking like ones that need life support (on the R)
Please pass it on: the brand doesn’t matter, as all will prevent severe illness from occurring.
“There's a glorious new you out there, I am sure, but humans need time to sort through events.” @LDamour tells @drsanjaygupta that the pandemic presents an opportunity to make big life changes, but we don't have to rush at anything.
Listen now. cnn.it/3hAoQpP
There will be few greater moments in scientific history than the call between @BarneyGrahamMD and @KizzyPhD, when the news was announced that the Moderna vaccine was 94% effective. As @drsanjaygupta narrates on the #RaceForTheVaccine, this is the culmination of years of research.
It was an honor to appear in @drsanjaygupta's new film #RaceForTheVaccine, which documents the incredible work that went into making Covid-19 vaccines.
Thanks for including my voice as an early clinical trial participant. There were many of us, from all walks of life. twitter.com/cnn/status/139…
Getting my shot in one way felt so small and mundane. At the same time, it was like landing on the moon. The work of thousands of scientists, volunteers and so many others to make it happen. We are all indebted to them and the story they share on @CNN film #RaceForTheVaccine
Before the vaccines were authorized, they had to be tested. I have such respect for the brave people who roll up their sleeves as volunteers. They take the risk & they give the world a shot at beating a pandemic. Hear why they did it - next on @CNN Film #RaceForTheVaccine
When the pandemic hit, Australia's Dr. Keith Chappell led a team of researchers in developing a vaccine for Covid-19 (the team’s avg age… 30) The weight of the world was on their shoulders. Watch how they faced an unparalleled crisis in the new @CNN Film #RaceForTheVaccine now.
Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett led the research on the Moderna vaccine. See how her interest in studying coronaviruses gave her team a head start at getting a vaccine to market. Watch the new @CNN Film #RaceForTheVaccine now
“The human body isn’t really that much different from the Ford Ltd we were rebuilding. Both have engines, pumps, and life-sustaining fuel...except [one difference] the brain....”
Pulitzer Center grantee @reddotreporting spent the past year producing “Race For The Vaccine," giving an inside look at the unprecedented effort to produce a vaccine against COVID-19. Narrated by @drsanjaygupta, it premieres Sat., May 15 at 9pm ET on @CNN! cnn.it/3ePrPZK
These are the very first images ever taken of SARS CoV-2. And with that, scientists were off to the races to find an effective vaccine. Follow along as teams from across the globe got to work at giving the world a shot. The new @CNN Film #RaceForTheVaccine premieres Sat at 9p ET