Julie M. Gentile

Associate Medical Writer
EndocrineWeb
Wheaton, IL

About Julie M. Gentile

Julie works with Editorial Board members to ensure that the content you read on EndocrineWeb is thoroughly researched and easy to understand. With a medical copy editing background, she has an eye for spelling, style, and grammar. And as a person living with hypothyroidism, Julie is genuinely interested in learning about how to live well with an endocrine disorder.

In her free time, Julie enjoys exercising, practicing yoga, reading, and attending rock 'n' roll concerts.

Articles Written by Julie M. Gentile

Study Looks at Link Between Anemia and Hypothyroidism
Anemia is sometimes the first sign of hypothyroidism. In a thyroid study, researchers looked at the characteristics of anemia in patients with subclinical hypothyroidism and overt hypothyroidism.
Is Hypothyroidism Linked to Heart Disease in People with Rheumatoid Arthritis?
What is the frequency of hypothyroidism in patients with RA? Is there a link between hypothyroidism and the development of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA)?
Are Babies Born via In Vitro Fertilization at Risk for Subclinical Hypothyroidism?
Find out what researchers discovered about subclinical hypothyroidism in babies born via IVF.
The Mental and Physical Impact of Subclinical Thyroid Disorders in Older Adults
Researchers from the Netherlands looked at the impact subclinical thyroid disorders have on depression, physical and cognitive impairment, and mortality in older adults.
Study Shows Connection Between Thyroidectomy and Weight Gain
Many patients who have had a thyroidectomy complain of weight gain despite their efforts to lose weight. Researchers looked at the connection between weight gain and thyroidectomy.
Should Women Take Iodine Supplements to Boost Thyroid Function Before Pregnancy?
Find out what an observational study uncovered about iodine supplementation in pregnant women.
Should Older Adults with Depression Be Screened for Thyroid Disorders?
Is there any benefit for older adults with depression to be screened for thyroid disorders? Researchers examined whether thyroid disorders are linked to depression in older adults.
Does Subclinical Hypothyroidism in Pregnancy Affect Intellectual Development of Children?
Is it possible that subclinical hypothyroidism during pregnancy affects the intellectual development of children? Article explains what Iranian researchers discovered in this hypothyroidism study.
Subclinical Hypothyroidism Linked to Increased Coronary Heart Disease and All-cause Mortality
Find out what researchers discovered about hypothyroidism and coronary heart disease.
High Doses of Vitamin D3 Are Not Superior to Standard Dose in Post-menopausal Women
Are high doses of vitamin D3 better than the standard dose for boosting bone mineral density and decreasing bone turnover in post-menopausal women who have low bone mass?
Work-related Stress and Type 2 Diabetes: Is There a Link?
In a study, researchers looked at whether work-related psychosocial stress is linked to the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Obesity Linked to Decreased Lung Function in Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes
A study that appeared in the October 2011 issue of Diabetes Care looked at whether reduced lung function is linked to diabetes and metabolic syndrome. What role does obesity play in decreased lung function and diabetes?
Researchers Find Link Between Exposure to Some Persistent Organic Pollutants and Type 2 Diabetes
A cross-sectional study examined type 2 diabetes and exposure to persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in the adult Finnish population.
Does Eating a Mediterranean Diet Lead to a Reduced Risk of Type 2 Diabetes?
Is there a link between the Mediterranean diet and a reduction in type 2 diabetes rates? Learn what researchers discovered.
Study Finds that Metformin Reduces Colorectal Cancer Risk in Type 2 Diabetes
Research out of China looked at the link between metformin therapy and colorectal cancer in patients who have type 2 diabetes.

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