Misha Gajewski is a freelance journalist based in Toronto, Canada. She has worked in both the UK and Canada specializing in health and science reporting. Her work has featured on BBC News, CTV News, ITV News and Vice among others. She is also a producer for The Story Collider podcast.
Trying to unpick the problems with end of life care.
Can over-the-counter genetic tests help you be healthier?
Never seen or caught alive, the Zenkerella is an elusive, ancient, scaly-tailed squirrel that might be the “ultimate Pokémon,” according to researchers.
Sellafield is the most hazardous place in Europe according to its own directors. It's a nuclear reprocessing site that's responsible for the recycling and disposal of nuclear waste from nuclear power plants around the world.
On Saturday, scientists from around the world, including Canada, will shed their lab coats and will join in what will likely be the largest protest ever by science advocates.
A small study found that a 100-year-old drug called suramin, which is used to treat African sleeping sickness, showed promising results for treating autism spectrum disorder (ASD) symptoms in children.
A new study shows that hormones released during menstruation have no effect on women's cognitive abilities, challenging centuries of sexist assumptions.
Claims that goat yoga or any of these animal-human workout classes offer any "therapeutic benefits" over and above what regular exercise offers is complete bullshit.
Scientists at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute are transforming the way we study cancer and test cancer drugs.