May 1998

Psychology Today Magazine May 1998

Rooms of Their Own

By Annie Murphy Paul

Infectious Arthritis?

By Richard Firshein
Can antibiotics effectively treat arthritis?

Anatomy of an Altruist

By Annie Murphy Paul
What motivates the true altruist?

Fatal Distraction

By Annie Murphy Paul

Fending Off Bullies

By Hara Estroff Marano
Self-confidence is the best way to fight bullies.

Frank Matters

By Frank Pittman

The End of Ulcers

By Richard Firshein
Natural remedies for the upset stomach.

The Burden of Business Trips

By Jane Mendle
Why business trips stress us out.

When Melody Overtakes Malady

By Jane Mendle, Annie Murphy Paul

Patient Wisdom

By PT Staff
How to watch your mind the Buddhist way.

Hot and Bothered

By Annie Murphy Paul

The Buddha Goes to Therapy

By Mark Epstein

How psychotherapy and meditation can help manage powerful emotions.

Where Did the Feeling Go?

By Annie Murphy Paul

The Soul of Whit Stillman

By Hara Estroff Marano

Blinded by Beauty

By Annie Murphy Paul
Are pretty people healthier? Not necessarily.

All Natural Lift for Hikers

By Richard Firshein

Herbal Rhythm

By Richard Firshein
Some herbal supplements can be toxic over time.

Why Milk Is Not Enough

By Richard Firshein