Category: In The News

On FOX31 Denver: Tips on How to Remind Your Kids to Help Prevent the Spread of Covid-19

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With kids headed back to school what are some key tips to keep them as safe as possible from contracting COVID-19? Dr. Savita Ginde, Chief Healthcare Officer at STRIDE Community Health Center shares some helpful ways to keep kids healthy this school year. Watch the video here »

In Verywell Health: Sharp Decline in Immunization Rates Warrants Cause for Concern

Verywell Health magazine recently published “Sharp Decline in Immunization Rates Warrants Cause for Concern,” and it was my pleasure to be interviewed on this important topic. In May 2020, a CDC report revealed a troubling drop in immunization rates for children, largely due to parental concerns about bringing their children into healthcare facilities due to […]

In Shape Magazine: The Potential Side Effects of Plan B

I’ve receive many questions about Plan B emergency contraception throughout my career. I had the opportunity to share that expertise with Shape Magazine in a recent article, “The Potential Side Effects of Plan B,” where I covered what Plan B is, how it works and how it affects your body. Here’s an excerpt from the […]

In HelloGiggles: What Happens to Your Body When You Don’t Get Enough Sunlight

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Dr. Savita Ginde is featured in HelloGiggle‘s article “What Happens to Your Body When You Don’t Get Enough Sunlight”. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Vitamin D is something you get from food as well as from the sun. And it plays an important role in various aspects of your health, including the absorption of […]

In POPSUGAR: If You’re on the Pill and You Regularly Take Melatonin, Read This Important Warning

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Dr. Savita Ginde is featured in Popsugar.com‘s article “If You’re on the Pill and You Regularly Take Melatonin, Read This Important Warning”. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Savita Ginde, MD, vice president of medical affairs at Stride Community Health Center and former chief medical officer of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, explained that melatonin is […]

In Colorado Parent: What To Expect From Medical Checkups Now

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Dr. Savita Ginde is quoted in Coloradoparent.com‘s article “What To Expect From Medical Checkups Now”. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Wear a facemask inside the office. “Plan ahead, and allow kids to choose their own mask so they will be comfortable wearing it and understand its value,” suggests Dr. Savita Ginde, chief healthcare officer at Stride Community […]

In 9News: Polis says restaurants will get preliminary reopening plans by end of week

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Dr. Savita Ginde, chief medical officer of STRIDE, said at the news conference that STRIDE has done more than 10,000 tests at their clinics in Wheat Ridge and Aurora. She said they’ve seen a 21 percent positive rate with the swab diagnostic test and 10 percent positive rate with the antibody test. Watch the video […]

Know Before You go to Your Next Doctor’s Appointment

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Dr. Savita Ginde, Chef Healthcare Officer at STRIDE Community Health Center has the dos and don’t when visiting your doctor now that many offices are starting to open up. Watch the video here »

High Blood Pressure and Birth Control – Your Options

The blog, Which Birth Control is Safest for High Blood Pressure? published on Romper covers birth control selections for those with high blood pressure. As a contributor to this piece, I’m happy to share that hypertension does not prevent you from using birth control. Here is an expert: First, though, it’s helpful to know which […]

Supporting your staff while reopening the practice

Dr. Savita Ginde is featured in Physicians Practice’s article “Supporting your staff while reopening the practice”. Here’s an excerpt from the article: From basics such as social distancing to cleaning, give them an unambiguous sense of how you will keep the office healthy. “I think engaging everyone in the process, having that process really outlined and […]