Why Gen Zers are growing up sober curious

Of course, Gen Z missed out on a series of rites of passage into adulthood during the pandemic, and it’s still not clear how the two-year shutdown will change young people’s approach to socialising in the future. Overall though, Pennay doesn’t forecast a big post-pandemic swing back to boozing – if it’s normal now not … Read more

Comedian Nate Bargatze found the ideal profession for his golf addiction | Golf News and Tour Information

Nate Bargatze tells jokes for a living, but it’s hard to imagine someone being more serious about golf. In addition to avidly playing and practicing while a jam-packed touring schedule, he has gone as far as seeking professional help during a tournament. “Jason Day told me to club up, and I told him I’m playing … Read more

PGA Championship 2022: Are super pairings good or bad for golf? | Golf News and Tour Information

TULSA — All eyes will be on Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth on Thursday and Friday at Southern Hills, the PGA of America grouping the three biggest attractions together for the first two rounds of the PGA Championship. Concentrating so much firepower is not new to professional golf, and there’s no doubting the … Read more

PGA Championship 2022: How bad golf provided an answer to Xander Schauffele | Golf News and Tour Information

TULSA — If you’re looking for parallels between Southern Hills and Craig Ranch, well, that’s an exploration so doomed we won’t bother sending out a search party. However, should Xander Schauffele lift the Wanamaker come Sunday evening, that salvation may be spurred by providence found last Friday at the aforementioned TPC venue. Playing in the … Read more

Spieth on fire in PGA tuneup, a 40-year-old former delivery driver soars and a perfectly timed trick shot | Golf News and Tour Information

For a man who will stare down history next week, the past two days in Texas have served as an auspicious showing for Jordan Spieth. Spieth, who would become just the sixth player in the modern era to complete the career Grand Slam with a win at the PGA Championship, turned in a 66 on … Read more

What really happens when babies are left to cry it out?

Many sleep training researchers firmly believe the former. “Don’t underestimate the abilities of children to self-regulate,” says Hall, the paediatric sleep researcher who used actigraphy in her study of 235 Canadian families. “Parents can help them learn to self-regulate by giving them opportunities to self-regulate. That’s how you can look at self-soothing – it’s an … Read more

How does the World No. 1 prepare for the LPGA’s first major? Try California golf boot camp | Golf News and Tour Information

After Jin Young Ko’s first full season on the LPGA Tour in 2018—a year in which she claimed her second LPGA title and earned the Rolex Rookie of the Year award—the then 23-year-old from South Korea faced a challenge she hadn’ t encountered in her nascent professional career. With the conclusion of the CME Tour … Read more

How children are being affected by long Covid

Apart from that, it remains a matter of trying to alleviate the problems as best as possible. Some symptoms such as dizzy spells can be treated with medications to reduce heart rate, while Oliveira refers to children with chronic pain to cognitive behavioral specialists to try to help them find ways to cope with it. … Read more

Lafayette mom pens candid obit on drug addicted son

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) A Lafayette mother wrote a brutally honest obituary for her 22-year-old son who died of a drug overdose last week. Hunter Lee Clemons passed away Thursday, February 10, 2022 after a long battle with addiction. His mother, Christy Couvillier, had no doubt she would put the circumstances of her son’s death in … Read more

The science of healthy baby sleep

This could be why in parts of the world where bedsharing is the norm, these differences don’t appear: parents aren’t bedsharing in reaction to a problem. And, indeed, one of the only studies designed to account for this difference found that preschoolers who began bedsharing as young babies were more self-reliant and more socially independent … Read more