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CNN's Cuomo enlists Sanjay Gupta to bash US response to coronavirus while ignoring brother's mishaps
CNN’s "Cuomo Prime Time" namesake Chris Cuomo enlisted Dr. Sanjay Gupta Monday to criticize the government’s response to coronavirus but failed to mention the laundry list of pandemic mishaps made by his big brother, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo,. The younger Cuomo referred to his CNN colleague Gupta as...
If you want to build new brain cells, do things in a completely different manner from normal: If you are right handed, eat with your left hand. That is the advice from Dr. Sanjay Gupta, neurosurgeon, author and CNN chief medical correspondent, who was a keynote speaker at the BNY Mellon/Pershing Insite 2021 conference today.
CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta breaks down the technology that allowed for rapid development of safe and effective mRNA Covid-19 vaccines could lead to breakthroughs for other diseases.
TORONTO, May 31, 2021 /CNW/ - André Picard, health reporter and columnist for The Globe and Mail, and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, chief medical correspondent for CNN, will be in back-to-back conversations in a special Tribute Talk presentation by The Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF) on June 10 at 1 p.m. ET.
New York (CNN) — Last week, the Centers for Disease Control advised that fully vaccinated people can be indoors and outdoors without wearing masks except when in health care settings, on public transportation, or in specified areas where masks are required. When CNN's chief media correspondent Brian Stelter asked about...
CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta criticized the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's excessive guidance on wearing masks Wednesday, in another example of a media institution questioning the CDC. While CNN has frequently slammed any suggestion of deviance from CDC guidance, Gupta suggested the institution's guidance on masks wasn't...
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Sanjay Gupta appeared on CNN and defended Sen. Susan Collins’s questioning of the CDC’s coronavirus guidance. Collins questioned Anthony Fauci and CDC Director Rochelle Walensky during a Senate hearing on Tuesday. Gupta said he believes the CDC isn’t following science and is eroding the public’s trust in the process. Sanjay...
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(CNN) — In the United States, the finish line for the pandemic as we've been experiencing it for the past year-plus is very much in sight -- so much so that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention essentially said so on Thursday: Fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks indoors or out, or socially distance, except in a rare circumstances.
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NEW YORK (AP) — At this stage in the pandemic, CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta is concerned that Americans are not getting clear enough messages about what they should or shouldn’t be doing to keep themselves and others protected. Should people still be wearing a mask outside? (He doesn’t.) What can...
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He’s one of the most recognizable medical experts on TV, but that professional accomplishment might not have been good enough for the 5-year-old version of Sanjay Gupta. “I had an aspiration to be the ‘Six Million Dollar Man,’ ” says Gupta, CNN’s chief medical correspondent. “That’s what I wanted to...
(CNN) — "Well, thank you for doing my podcast," CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta says to the first guest in "Chasing Life." "Did you know I had a podcast?" he jokes. "Yes," replies his wife, Rebecca. "It comes on my Alexa every day." At the end of April,...
(CNN) — Let's face it, masks have been a hot button issue in this country since the very start of the pandemic. They were politicized early on, and quickly became a symbol of how seriously a person took the threat of the coronavirus. . In our new world, where there's now...
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson says so many outrageous things that it’s probably better off to ignore much of it. If I wanted, I could probably write a Carlson item every day. But this week, Carlson said something so irresponsible that even the normally measured Dr. Sanjay Gupta on CNN blasted him. This week, Carlson started his primetime show saying, “How many Americans have died after taking the COVID vaccines?”
“Between late December of 2020 and last month, a total of 3,362 people apparently died after getting the COVID vaccine in the United States. That’s an average of roughly 30 people everyday,” Tucker Carlson said Wednesday. The segment prompted controversy from critics who pointed out that just because someone died...
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CNN's Sanjay Gupta is calling out Fox News' Tucker Carlson for his latest "dangerous" vaccine comments. Carlson during a segment on his highly-rated Fox show on Wednesday cited a federal reporting system to baselessly suggest COVID-19 vaccines could be responsible for 30 deaths in the United States every day. But PolitiFact writes that not only is this an "open system, where anyone can submit a report," but the system warns users that its reports shouldn't be used "on their own to determine whether a vaccine caused or contributed to a particular illness." Indeed, radiologist Pradheep J. Shanker writes that "the vast majority" of the complications found in the system "are likely not from the vaccine," noting, "If you had a vaccine today, and then had a heart attack unrelated to the vaccine, your death would be in" the system.
CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the danger of Tucker Carlson’s spreading of vaccine hesitancy on Fox News.