Jennifer Reising, MPH

Jennifer Reising

Medical Writer




George Washington University, University of Colorado, Boulder


My passion for health and medicine lies in the notion that attaining good health helps to make life worth living. Always curious, I like to shed new light on timely topics that inform both patients and healthcare professionals.

— Jennifer Reising


Jennifer Reising, MPH, is a freelance health writer whose written words have appeared in news stories and content marketing materials for patients and healthcare professionals.  With more than 25 years of experience, she has written about many different health topics, including cancer, mental health and thyroid disease. As both a journalist and content writer, Jennifer has written news stories for online news outlets, as well as website content and media materials for medical societies.


Jennifer has master of public health degree from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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