U.S. researchers said their analysis of 52 artistic renditions of the New Testament's Last Supper found the portions depicted have grown over the years.
Parents who use kitchen spoons to measure liquid medicine for a child may over or under medicate, New York researchers found.
Parents may have good intentions by forcing their kids to clean their plate and eat their vegetables but the approach may backfire, U.S. researchers said.
The average calorie count per recipe in "The Joy of Cooking" has jumped an average of 63 percent over the past 70 years, U.S. researchers determined.
The French may not get as fat as Americans despite cheese, pate and pastries, because they use internal cues to stop eating, a U.S. and French study found.
A nationally recognized nutrition researcher is the new director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.
For those wanting to limit Halloween candy intake, a U.S. researcher suggested keeping empty candy wrappers in plain sight.
U.S. adults who dine at so-called healthy restaurant food chains may eat more calories than at restaurants that make no health claims, a study found.
U.S. consumers choose relatively high-calorie beverages, side dishes and desserts to go with restaurant main dishes positioned as “healthy,” a study found.
Cornell University researchers have learned people enjoy their wine and meals more if the wine has a special label, even if it's really only $2 plonk.