About Manouchehr Nadimi
Manouchehr Nadimi, M.D. (FACP, FAAC, MAACGS) is a clinical and nuclear cardiologist, a columnist and international travel teacher, living in Atlanta. He is the former faculty of the Medical College of Georgia, and the architect and chairman of the first WHO Cardiovascular Symposium in the Eastern Mediterranean Region.
He is the author of Alcohol and Smoking, and the Secrets of a Healthy Heart. Dr Nadimi is the co-author of the first description of Zinc Deficiency Syndrome discovered in man.