Obese Outnumber the Hungry Globally; Makers of Bethenny Frankel’s Skinnygirl Cocktails Sued

New research suggests a daily glass of red wine does not stave off aging, after all. Make up your minds, scientists! [NPR]

Since letter grades in restaurant windows might be too subtle for some diners, China is considering posting happy and sad faces to let consumers know whether an eatery is safe. [Squid Ink/LA Weekly]

Obese people now outnumber the hungry globally, creating a "double-edged scandal" for nutrition worldwide. [AFP]

The U.S. Armed Forces is investigating whether fish oil for soldiers might a way to reduce suicides. New Agey, much? [USAT]

Bethenny Frankel's Skinnygirl Margarita was yanked from Whole Foods shelves recently over concerns about its ingredients, and now a lawsuit has been filed against the makers of it for deceptive marketing. Oops. [NYP]