According to the study, ultra-processed foods may contribute to dementia

Editor’s Note: Sign up for CNN’s Eat, But Better: Mediterranean Style. Our eight-part guide shows you a delicious, expert-backed eating lifestyle that will boost your health for life. CNN — We all eat them – ultra-processed foods like frozen pizzas and ready meals make our busy lives a lot easier. Besides, they’re just damn delicious … Read more

Improve memory as you age by eating more flavonols, study says

CNN — Eating more flavonols, antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, teas and wine, may slow your rate of memory loss, a new study finds. The cognitive score of people in the study who ate the most flavonols fell 0.4 units per decade more slowly than those who ate the least flavonols. The results held … Read more

We now know what Budweiser will do with the beer it cannot sell at the World Cup

New York CNN affairs — Qatar’s last-minute decision to ban alcohol from World Cup stadiums has left Budweiser with a lot of beer. The company has an innovative solution to relieve it. Budweiser ships the unsold Buds to the country that wins the tournament, the The company reports this in a tweet. The company confirmed … Read more

Gianni Infantino launches explosive diatribe against Western critics on the eve of the World Cup

Doha, Qatar CNN — On the eve of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, FIFA President Gianni Infantino launched into a tirade against Western critics of the controversial tournament in an explosive hour-long monologue. Infantino, the boss of world football’s governing body, looked glum as he addressed hundreds of journalists in Doha, Qatar, on Saturday. … Read more

‘Utterly unjust:’ Gianni Infantino launches explosive diatribe against Western critics on eve of World Cup

Doha, Qatar CNN — On the eve of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, FIFA President Gianni Infantino launched into a tirade against Western critics of the controversial tournament in an explosive hour-long monologue. Infantino, the boss of world football’s governing body, looked glum as he addressed hundreds of journalists in Doha, Qatar, on Saturday. … Read more

FIFA confirms that no alcohol can be sold in Qatar’s World Cup stadiums

Doha, Qatar CNN — Just two days before the World Cup kicks off in Qatar, FIFA confirmed that no alcohol will be sold in the eight stadiums hosting the tournament’s 64 matches. “Following discussions between the host country authorities and FIFA, it has been decided to concentrate the sale of alcoholic beverages on the FIFA … Read more