In the second blog of my #BreastCancerAwareness series, we’re talking about mammograms — A.K.A. the best way to screen for breast cancer — and how a mammogram can save your life. Plus, if you need a mammogram but aren’t insured, keep reading!
Don’t Wait to Schedule Your Next Mammogram—Here’s Why They’re Important
In KDVR FOX31 Morning Show: Now is the best time to get those mammograms
It’s finally Breast Cancer Awareness month, which means now is the best time to schedule a mammogram appointment if you haven’t done so this year — especially if you missed screenings last year. Not only are there many free or reduced rate offerings for mammograms throughout this month, but you also get to know […]
In Shape: Metastatic Breast Cancer Is On the Rise In Younger Women — Here’s Everything You Need to Know
For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, well-known publication Shape Magazine invited me to speak about metastatic breast cancer, which is the most advanced stage of cancer. Check out the article to learn more about this kind of breast cancer, including how rates have increased among women under 40. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: The bottom […]
The Importance of Screenings — A Physician’s Breast Cancer Journey
Life sure knows how to throw us curve balls — and I happen to be writing this as I recover from a major one. I didn’t expect to have to share this update, but here goes nothing: I recently had a preventative mastectomy. After receiving a diagnosis that left me with few options of ensuring […]
Why You’re So Tired — 6 Ways Your Health Impacts Your Exhaustion
Do you feel tired and sluggish? Read this article to learn if the culprit behind your fatigue is one of these six common health issues.
I #ChoosetoChallenge — How I Support Villages As a Women’s Health Advocate to Forge a Gender-Equal World
Happy Women’s History Month! What a time to identify as a woman! On August 18, 1920, a proportion of American women were enfranchised and given all the rights and responsibilities of citizenship through the 19th Amendment — and we’ve continued to raise hell for gender equality since. We’ve come a long way, but not far […]
Countering Cabin Fever During the Pandemic
Hello, from the trenches. Almost one year from the initial COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, we’re still… at home. And now, as the vaccine rolls out and our fatigue from months of sacrificing our livelihoods takes its toll, new variants of the virus have been reported that are even more contagious. This means we have to stay […]
In Weight Watchers: Why Am I So tired? 8 Reasons You Might Be Tired
Are you tired all the time? You’re not alone. If it’s something you’ve accepted about yourself, Dr. Savita Ginde may be able to help! In a Weight Watchers article about fatigue, she shares why you feel so lethargic, plus tips about how to restore your energy and support this aspect of your health. Here’s an […]
In Let’s Get Checked: What Happens When You Leave an STD Unchecked?
You know about STDs and STIs, but have you ever thought about how they can affect your body when you’re infected and you don’t go to the doctor to receive care? Let’s Get Checked invited Dr. Savita Ginde to share insight into this important question in a recent article. Check out this excerpt from the […]
In Forbes: Congratulations On Your Vaccination! (You Can’t Return To Normal Just Yet)
As vaccines slowly become available to more people, the question of whether this means we’re free to engage in activities on a pre-COVID level continues to arise. To help you understand the vaccines and the kind of precautions to take before and after being vaccinated, Dr. Savita Ginde shared insight into this subject in an […]