German police arrest woman for allegedly murdering doppelgänger to fake her own death

German police arrest woman for allegedly murdering doppelgänger to fake her own death

CNN — German police have arrested a woman on suspicion of murdering a lookalike she sought online to fake her own death. The 23-year-old German-Iraqi woman is being held at a prison in Ingolstadt, southern Germany, in connection with the death of a 23-year-old Algerian woman, Ingolstadt police spokesman Andreas Aichele told CNN on Tuesday. … Read more

Hong Kong is criminalizing CBD as a ‘dangerous drug’ alongside heroin

Hong Kong is criminalizing CBD as a ‘dangerous drug’ alongside heroin

Hong-Kong CNN — Two years ago, cannabidiol was booming in Hong Kong. The compound, known as CBD, popped up in cafes, restaurants and shops, with companies eager to enter an exciting new market that was already well established in countries around the world. That came to an end on Wednesday, when CBD was criminalized in … Read more

Ashton Kutcher says he felt like a “failure” after Demi Moore’s divorce

Ashton Kutcher says he felt like a “failure” after Demi Moore’s divorce

CNN — Ashton Kutcher reflects on one of the most difficult times in his public life: his 2011 divorce from then-wife Demi Moore. In a new interview with Esquire published Tuesday, the actor recalled how his “life changed” when he began his relationship with Moore in 2003, amid a tabloid gossip. “I was twenty-six and … Read more

EzriCare Eye Drops: CDC Advises Against Use As It Investigates Dozens Of Infections And One Death In 11 States

EzriCare Eye Drops: CDC Advises Against Use As It Investigates Dozens Of Infections And One Death In 11 States

CNN — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging healthcare providers and consumers to stop using EzriCare Artificial Tears as it conducts a study of at least 50 infections in 11 states that have resulted in cases of permanent loss of the eyesight, hospitalization and one death. Most people with these infections … Read more

Ultra-processed foods linked to ovarian and other cancer deaths, study finds

Ultra-processed foods linked to ovarian and other cancer deaths, study finds

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 — Eating more ultra-processed foods increases the risk of developing and dying from cancer, particularly ovarian cancer, according to a new study of more than 197,000 … Read more

Adult drug use rose during the pandemic but dropped dramatically in youth, study says

Adult drug use rose during the pandemic but dropped dramatically in youth, study says

Editor’s Note: Sign up for the Stress But Less CNN newsletter. Our six-part mindfulness guide informs and inspires you to reduce stress as you learn how to harness it. CNN — Teen use of marijuana and other substances dropped during the first year of the pandemic, according to a new study. But adult use of … Read more

Ukraine: Drone operators hidden in the forest are crucial to the battle in the east

Ukraine: Drone operators hidden in the forest are crucial to the battle in the east

Near Kreminna, Ukraine CNN — The pine forests near the city of Kreminna have become one of the hottest combat zones in the war in eastern Ukraine. Almost every weapon seems to be at work here, artillery, howitzers, tanks and mortars. But perhaps the most important is the smallest: the reconnaissance drone. Ukrainian and Russian … Read more

Cindy Williams, ‘Laverne & Shirley’ star, passed away at age 75

Cindy Williams, ‘Laverne & Shirley’ star, passed away at age 75

CNN — Cindy Williams, the dynamic actress best known for playing the bubbly Shirley Feeney on the beloved sitcom “Laverne & Shirley,” has passed away, according to a statement from her family provided to CNN by a representative. She turned 75. Williams died after a short illness, according to the statement from her children Zak … Read more

Babies’ screen time may affect academic success, study says

Babies’ screen time may affect academic success, study says

CNN — Leaving babies to watch tablets and TV may harm their academic performance and emotional well-being later in life, according to a new study. According to the study published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. Executive functioning skills are mental processes that “allow us to plan, focus our attention, remember instructions, and successfully juggle … Read more