Truck Full of Wine Nearly Loses Its Load at City Hall; Eating Less Delays Aging

• Here’s something the whine about: Early this morning, a tractor trailer full of vino broke an axle near City Hall, dumping what appeared to be its load into the street. [Inquirer]

• As part of its ongoing effort to fight malnutrition and obesity amongst Camden school children, Campbell Soup Co. is backing a project by the Camden Children’s Garden to create grow labs, where kids can learn to garden vegetables. [CBS Philly]

• Beer has gotten so complicated that nowadays we need sommeliers to decipher it. [Slate]

• Speaking of, White Castle is testing out adding beer to its stores. Harold and Kumar will be thrilled. [USAT]

• Listen up, gorgeous, it’s time to stop slathering products on your skin and start eating them — cold-pressed juices count, too. [NYT]

• Eating less could "keep the mind young," as it triggers a protein molecule that seems to delay aging. Oop, we’re in trouble. [NYDN]

Truck Full of Wine Nearly Loses Its Load at City Hall; Eating Less Delays Aging