Temma Ehrenfeld

Temma Ehrenfeld

I'm a writer and ghost-writer.

An award-winning journalist who covers psychology, health and personal finance. "I would hire her anytime for anything.” Jane Bryant Quinn, Newsweek

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Newsweek

New Hope for Addicts

Potential medications for alcoholism.

Newsweek

The Body Electric

Electrodes work for a range of ailments, from heart trouble and epilepsy to chronic pain and depression.

Newsweek

The Benefits of Romantic Love

Interview with Nathaniel Branden.

Newsweek

Do We Need 7 Hours' Sleep?

Yes, we do.

Newsweek

What's in a Face

How computer software will scan our faces to identify us for security purposes--or diagnose pain and depression.

Newsweek

Biting into Your Budget

Why it costs more dough to buy a bagel.

Newsweek

Not Ready to Quit

Smart firms are hiring older workers.

Newsweek

Was Proust a Neuroscientist?

Marcel Proust is best known as a writer. Now a new book argues that he—and others—were as much scientists as artists....

Newsweek

Virtual Therapy

Attracted by the convenience, anonymity, and low prices, more Americans are going online for psychological treatment....

Newsweek

Globalization and 'Rogue' Economics

What's the collapse of the Eastern bloc got to do with America's credit crisis? Author Loretta Napoleoni explains....

Newsweek

Advertising: Rob Walker on Buying Into a Brand

Have we become immune to marketing ploys? No way, says author Rob Walker....