Ana arrived at Medical News Today armed with two bachelor’s degrees, one master’s degree, and a strong belief in “combinatorial play” — the idea that we need to feed our brains with things as diverse as physics and poetry to come up with anything creative. Before joining the team, Ana worked as a freelance writer, bringing philosophy to a wider audience and examining its intersections with technology and popular culture. In her role as an Editor, she helps nurture freelance writers and improve the authority and visibility of the Medical News Today brand. Pastime activities include experimenting with different hair colors, dancing until 5 a.m., or binge-watching RuPaul’s Drag Race.
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