Larks, Owls and Hummingbirds

I regularly get Google News alerts for articles that contain the word “circadian” in them. Most of them are not too exciting, but when a really good one comes along, I like to point it out to you. Today, you should go and read Larks, Owls and Hummingbirds, a guest post by Leon Kreitzman over on Olivia Judson’s blog. Highly recommended – about human circadian rhythms, chronotypes (i.e., owls and larks), etc., both from a scientific and a societal point of view.
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3 responses to “Larks, Owls and Hummingbirds

  1. my journal club recently read the papers about larks and owls…I’m a lark.
    I’ll head over to the other link and figure out what a hummingbird is.

  2. Leon Kreitzman

    Thanks Bora, I appreciate your comments. . And I think you have done a tremendous job with your blog -a model of it kind!
    Leon Kreitzman

  3. Thank you so much!