49. Resilience Comes From: Looking Internally (feat. Dr. Icilma Fergus Rowe, Advocate for Cardiovascular Health Awareness)
In this episode , Damali discusses how to manage your stress and to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease in stressful times with Dr. Icilma Fergus Rowe, Director of Cardiovascular Disparities at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Fergus focuses on areas related to Preventive Cardiology including Lipids and Hypertension, Women’s Heart Disease, and Cardiovascular Health Advocacy. She is actively involved in several professional organizations, including the American Heart Association where she is the immediate past President of the Westchester board and immediate past board member of the Founder’s Affiliate board. Dr. Icilma shares that her resilience comes from looking internally and doing things that make her happy. She shares two books that are amazing reads that help you stray away from procrastination.
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