Shelby Hartman

Living With It

Colleges Need to Do More to Support Students With Cancer

A pamphlet is not going to cut it.
Shelby Hartman
11.30.17
Race and Health

Researchers Are Helping Black Cancer Patients Get Treated Like White Ones

Even among patients of similar socioeconomic status, there's still a huge racial disparity when it comes to cancer treatment.
Shelby Hartman
11.21.17
MARIJUANA

Inside the Fight to Study Marijuana for Vets with PTSD

The VA won't help recruit veterans for an FDA-approved trial.
Shelby Hartman
11.10.17
LGBTQ

The Artist Who Makes Beautiful Portraits of the Men of Grindr

For Daniel Marin Medina, an app widely associated with quick sex has become a limitless source of muses.
Shelby Hartman
8.10.17
The Future of Cancer

This Physicist Invented a Cancer-Killing Laser That Could One Day Replace Chemo

“When I was taking care of my aunt, I was like, There must be something better than just dying like this."
Shelby Hartman
7.21.17
Tonic

The FDA Finally Approved a Weed Trial for Vets with PTSD

It only took seven years.
Shelby Hartman
4.19.17
Weed Week

The FDA Finally Approved a Marijuana Trial for Vets With PTSD

It only took seven years.
Shelby Hartman
4.19.17
Tonic

How to Return to Normal Life After a Crazy Trip

New groups help people process their psychedelic experiences.
Shelby Hartman
1.3.17
Transformations

How to Return to Normal Life After a Crazy Trip

New groups help people process their psychedelic experiences.
Shelby Hartman
1.3.17
mental health

Inside the Struggle to Make the FDA See Ecstasy's Benefits

One of the world’s most popular party drugs could be an asset to people who treat PTSD—if only the government would get on board.
Shelby Hartman
11.21.16
News

Eric Garner’s Mother Is Still Waiting for Closure, Two Years After His Death

"We need to stop the killing, we need to start healing, and the only way we can do this is to come together."
Shelby Hartman
7.18.16
Art

Kaleidoscopic MRI Art Brings Beauty to Neurological Illness

Artist Elizabeth Jameson redefines her multiple sclerosis with vibrant prints of her brain.
Shelby Hartman
6.27.16
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