Staff Neurosurgeon, Emory Clinic; CNN Chief Medical Correspondent

Gupta: Epidemic of gun violence is treatable — Any doctor, any person really, will tell you it is the preventable deaths that haunt you the most; lives lost needlessly, when they could've been saved. If we can't get this part right, all of our other efforts toward treating the sickest patients lose meaning.
Oct 05, 2015

From @drsanjaygupta ~ Gun violence is preventable, an infection we can diagnose, treat, perhaps cure ~ on @CNN

Oct 05, 2015

does violence spread like an infectious disease? if so, can you predict, diagnose and treat? Yes.

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How to Suppress Cravings — Photo: Travis Rathbone If you're like most people, you get out of bed the same way every morning, and the particulars of putting on clothes and taking your first sip of coffee are nearly robotic. You probably never give much thought to actions like these. That's the point.

Artificial Limbs Now Rival the Real Thing

Can Internet Addiction Be Cured? — Filmmaker Shosh Shlam got rare access to a boot camp in China where teens 'addicted' to video games undergo brutal therapy.

Do-It-Yourself Alzheimer's Test Reveals Early Disease

Purpose in Life Is Good for Your Health — Having a strong sense of purpose in life may not guarantee happiness, but research shows it could promote good health and longevity. "There's no formal definition of having a purpose in life, but the consensus is that it's a sense of meaning and feeling that life is worth living," says preventive cardiologist Randy Cohen, MD, medical director of University Medical Practice Associates at Mount Sinai St.
May 26, 2015

RT @MountSinaiNYC: Our #research shows having a purpose in life is good for your #health & longevity #Wellness http:…

'White Helmets' bring medical aid to Syria — Volunteer first responders who traveled to Turkey for training returned home to give medical aid to Syrian bomb victims. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

'White Helmets' bring civilian aid to Syria's conflict — And the reason is not because of deadly infectious diseases or lack of clean water, although those are problems there as well. Instead, it has to do primarily with rusty old barrels that are packed with explosives and hurtled out of helicopters onto large neighborhoods.
May 22, 2015

Some beautiful souls r trying to save Syrian lives after barrel bomb barbarism @SyriaCivilDef

May 22, 2015

#CNN: Plumbers, postmen & teachers join up to become a rescue team @drsanjaygupta reports from Turkey/Syrian border

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People With MS May Have Trouble Recognizing Emotions — MS can damage parts of the brain that allow us to recognize emotions in others. It's a skill we don't notice, until we lose it.

If You’re Having a Stroke, This Is the Ambulance You Want

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Oct 06, 2015

RT @SharecareInc: 2/2 "...and we'll likely see cos like @BlackBerry enter health, not just w/hardware but w/their expertise in privacy & se…

Oct 06, 2015

RT @SharecareInc: 1/2: CEO Jeff Arnold, "Apple is one of the most critical catalysts driving consumer adoption in digital health..." #health2con

Oct 05, 2015

does violence spread like an infectious disease? if so, can you predict, diagnose and treat? Yes.

Oct 03, 2015

RT @CNNFitNation: T-minus 8 minutes until our @NauticaMalibuTr wrap up show with @drsanjaygupta Tune in now on @CNN

Oct 02, 2015

early am reporting from mercy med ctr. 10 injured patients brought here after the shooting. #Roseburg Orgeon

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