Eat dinner earlier, dodge cancer?

While we often hear that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, now, new research suggests that the time we eat dinner can affect our cancer risk.
0:38 | 07/19/18

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A new study finds easing eating dinner early could reduce your risk of developing some cancers. Researchers in Spain found men who ate dinner at least two hours before going to sleep at a 26% lower risk for prostate cancer. Compared to those who ate right before but I also found women with the same dining pattern had a 16% lower risk for breast cancer his doctors are sounding the alarm about the rising number of young adults dying from liver disease. And binge drinking is getting a lot of the blame in the last decade deaths from cirrhosis rose by about 10% every year among people 25 to 34 years of age. Doctors say millennial to drinking more and they're drinking more potent types of alcohol.

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