Here are my Science Seeker Editor's Selections for the past week:
"In a modern world with 24-hour service becoming increasingly expected from a wide range of businesses around the world, what kind of pressure does this place on people doing shift work when most people are still asleep?" At Providentia, Romeo Vitelli discusses some recent attempts to scientifically investigate this question: How Dangerous is the Night Shift?
Eating disorders are complicated, and their manifestation can vary from person to person. But that doesn't mean that there isn't any reliable science behind them. At the Science of Eating Disorders blog, find out about Serotonin Function in Bulimia Nervosa.
Is it possible to make time stand still? Or, at least, to quantify the subjective feeling of time standing still? At Psych Your Mind, Juliana Breines discusses a new paper that "examined whether the emotion of awe, compared to happiness and neutral states, might reduce people's sense of time pressure."