A. Cyrus Tahernia Provides Needed Checks to Lifestyle Leading to Societal Demise

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The long-time healer’s “Lifestyle Is Driving Us Toward Impending Demise,” wise to the ways of modern life, provides a sane, ultimately helpful, discussion of problems it creates.

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Lifestyle Is Driving Us Toward Impending Demise” and what goes up must come down, especially the general body mass index of American citizens and their uncontrolled calorie intake. It is a troubling lifestyle which is a part of a society that allows excessive consumption by its citizens–and the narcissistic neuroticism and dishonesty that are the result. In his new book, author A. Cyrus Tahernia improves, innovates and lays out a close to complete groundwork with which readers can point their lives back to “healthy,” “fit,” and “truly happy.”

Cyrus Tahernia, despite everything, is not yet ready to give up on the American republic. His book comprises a total of 15 up-to-date chapters — plus a prologue, epilogue, and appendix — outlines a widespread American lifestyle and its undercurrent of deathwish, inadvertent or not. Tahernia discusses many important and contemporary hot topics such as obesity, dietary regimen, exercise, the healthcare system, texting while driving, immigration, and airport dilemmas. He goes further and takes a look into some physical and psychological conditions that accompany the lifestyle — apathy, irresponsibility, lying, insomnia, fear-mongering, restlessness and anxiety, and addictions to sex and money.

Although Tahernia’s book title is pessimistic, the lifestyle claims a gruesome number of casualties and victims which seem to barely affect the American careen to its impending demise. “Lifestyle Is Driving Us toward Impending Demise” paints an unflattering portrait of excess that, if thought over logically, as the author does, requires only some moderation and wise discipline to solve. Tahernia takes the pulse of the American public, and knows its precise concerns — and he makes a useful and sane program back to a “healthy lifestyle” flogged by advertising but seldom practiced by any but its more dedicated models.

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About the author
A. Cyrus Tahernia, MD, FAAP, FACC was graduated from University of Tehran, School of Medicine with Laureate degree. He passed his thesis entitled “Etiology, Pathogenesis and Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis” with an excellent degree. The author came to USA for his postgraduate training in the field of Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology in prestigious teaching hospitals.

By training the author is American Board certified in both Pediatrics and Sub-board of Pediatric Cardiology. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FAAP); Cardiology section and Fellow of the American Collage of Cardiology (FACC).

He held the position of professor and Chairman Department of Pediatrics, later on as clinical professor and Director of both Pediatric Cardiology and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). He was a visiting Professor in Children Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), University of Pennsylvania.

He is the author of 29 scientific peer reviewed publications in the American and British Journals and the author of two recent books entitled “The Long and Tumultuous Journey of My Life” and Where Have We Been and Where Are We going?”

He was reviewer of two Pediatric Cardiology books. He was coordinator of written part of American Board of Pediatrics examination in overseas. He had numerous presentations throughout the world, to mention a few: Vienna, Austria, Barcelona, Spain, Buenos, Aires, Argentina, Tehran, Iran, Tokyo ,Japan, Persian Gulf Medical Society three times and Amsterdam, The Netherland, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Kansas, West Virginia, Illinois and Pennsylvania.

He is a recipient of Research Grants from National Institute of Health (NIH) twice, American Heart Association (AHA), and Cooley’s Anemia Foundation of New York. He was a member of American Medical Association (AMA) and a board member of (AHA) Kansas affiliate. He was an editor of University Medical journal. And he is an expert in “Diphtheritic Myocarditis” with several publications in this field

He has been involved in research studies of American lifestyle particularly in the field of the Pediatric Preventive Cardiology especially in the field of obesity, dietary regimen and exercise. His recent book entitled “Lifestyle Is Driving Us Toward Impending Demise”. This manuscript consists of 15 chapter, each chapter contains variety of important and contemporary hot topics such as health care, Immigration and airport dilemmas.

Lifestyle Is Driving Us Toward Impending Demise * by A. Cyrus Tahernia
Publication Date: November 5, 2013
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