Dr. Sanjay Gupta to speak on brain health at 2021 NJSBA Annual Meeting

By NJSBA Staff posted 16 days ago

  

Millions of Americans say brain health is the most important thing to them as they age. And yet, most people don’t know how to protect against decline—whether gradual or sudden, severe or mere forgetfulness. They also assume degeneration is inevitable and natural, but it’s neither.  

At the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Annual Meeting, practicing neurosurgeon and CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta will present a keynote presentation about his research and findings from his new book, Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age (Simon & Schuster.)  

Dr. Gupta will share the best-kept secrets of experts around the world for maintaining your mind, holding onto your memories, building resiliency against disease, and continually boosting a robust brain, regardless of age.  

As a long beloved and recognizable health reporter, Dr. Gupta has been one of the most trusted voices in medicine for two decades, and never more so than during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, keeping audiences informed of the latest developments and research. With Keep Sharp, he approaches brain health with the same accessibility and science-driven advice Americans have come to know him for.  

Dr. Gupta will participate in a fireside chat with Domenick Carmagnola, NJSBA 2021-2022 President, to share practical ways NJSBA members can keep their brains in top working condition. 
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Dr. Sanjay Gupta is CNN’s multiple Emmy Award-winning chief medical correspondent and the host of the acclaimed podcast Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction, American’s go-to resource for expert advice on how to stay safe. The New York Times bestselling author of Chasing Life, Cheating Death, Monday Mornings and Keep Sharp, Dr. Gupta lives in Atlanta, where he works as an associate professor of neurosurgery at the Emory University School of Medicine and continues to practice neurosurgery. 

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