Jodi Godfrey, MS, RD

Executive Editor / Digital Content Director
Montclair, NJ

About Jodi Godfrey, MS, RD

Ms. Godfrey is editor of EndocrineWeb, a digital news and consumer education site that delivers research advances and updates in clinical care across all aspects of endocrinology, including diabetes and related complications, thyroid disease, CVD, osteoporosis, PCOS, and hormone dysregulation. In addition, we share expert perspectives on the best approaches to endocrine screening, diagnosis, and treatment with regard these often concurrent conditions. Similarly, we provide insights on prevention, diagnosis, and management of these diseases for consumers who are looking to inform themselves and their families about endocrine-related conditions.

For three hyears, whe also assists in producing medical content for Practical Pain Management, a clinical news journal, which is read by more than 50,000 pain management specialists across the United States. It is the goal of Practical Pain Management to share innovations and creative care between pain practitioners.

Prior to joining Remedy Health Media (formerly Vertical Health), Ms. Godfrey helped launch and was a consulting editor to Childhood Obesity, a peer-reviewed journal, as well as contributing editor to the Journal of Women's Health, also a peer-reviewed journal, for more than 14 years. During these years, she was also associate director of the Congress on Women's Health, a 3-day CME/CNE symposium, for which she developed the program aimed to spotlight clinical management strategies addressing a broad range of women's health conditions and concerns.  

Ms. Godfrey holds a master's degree in health communications from Boston University, after which she completed an internship in dietetics at the Lahey Clinical Medical Center, in Burlington, Massachusetts. She holds a bachelor's degree in nutrition and consumer affairs from the University of New Hampshire in Durham.

Articles Reviewed by Jodi Godfrey, MS, RD

Is There a Diet and Fitness Plan for Thyroid Cancer?
10/21/2019 - More exercise will likely improve your survival after treatment for cancer, but it may also reduce your risk of developing cancer, including thyroid cancer; eating more whole foods is sure to improve the chance you will avoid thyroid cancer too.
4 Tips for Eating Well with High Cholesterol
Eating heart healthy (and diabetes healthy) doesn't mean you're stuck with a dull diet. Get 4 tips on how to eat well to help lower your cholesterol.
Transgender Hormone Therapy to Match Gender Identity
Providing hormone therapy to transgender individuals follows regimens that are specific to the desired sex, and with adolescents, the initial goal is to halt pubertal development.

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