Christine Rhodes MS

Freelance Medical Writer
Rhodes Communications Strategies
New York, NY

About Christine Rhodes MS

Ms. Rhodes is a freelance writer for EndocrineWeb and Practical Pain Management, and has also written for The Pain Practitioner. Since 2008, she has been planning a full day program on opioids for the America Academy of Pain Management annual meeting. 

Prior to her current medical writing career, she developed communications programs and educational projects for clients whose focus was infectious diseases, neurology, rheumatology, gastroenterology, and men’s and women's health.


Christine earned a master's degree in nutrition from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, in New York City, and a bachelor's degree in nutrition (magna cum laude) from Lehman College, part of the CUNY system.

Articles Written by Christine Rhodes MS

Thyroid Hormones May Help Predict Successful Weight Loss
Even in adults with normal thyroid function, these hormones play a role in body weight regulation and may help identify individuals more responsive to a dietary intervention aimed at promoting weight loss, and those who are deemed unresponsive may be better candidates for bariatric surgery.

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