Claudia Kalb

CLAUDIA KALB, an award-winning journalist who reports on a wide variety of health and science topics, is known for combining serious reporting with engaging, accessible writing. A former senior writer at Newsweek who has contributed to Smithsonian and Scientific American, Kalb has penned hundreds of features on topics ranging from depression and PTSD to painkiller addiction and the surge in drugs used to treat ADHD. She is now a freelance writer and editor

Books by this Author

Psychology, history, and celebrity combine in this captivating look at the mental health of famous--and infamous--historic icons. Written by acclaimed health and science journalist Claudia Kalb, and now in paperback, this fascinating narrative examines history's greatest icons, leaving readers with a changed perspective of the personalities that shaped our past--and a new understanding of themselves.

Was Andy Warhol a hoarder? Did Einstein have autism? Was Frank Lloyd Wright a...