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Angelica Bottaro

Health Writer


Chronic Disease, Mental Health, Nutrition


Centennial College, Trent University


My aspiration is to give readers the informative and engaging content they need to discover a new sense of control over their health. 

— Angelica Bottaro


Angelica Bottaro is a freelance writer with extensive experience covering health topics. Following her educational training at Centennial College for journalism and Trent University for psychology, she found where her true passions lie—health. She was then commissioned by a private healthcare practice to write an article on brain mapping. Since then, her career has focused on chronic disease, mental health, and nutrition as medicine.


Angelica has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Trent University and an Advanced Diploma in Journalism from Centennial College.

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