Drs. Rx: Will Eating Dinner Early Cut Your Cancer Risk?

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The Doctors weigh in on research that suggests eating an early dinner was associated with a lower risk of breast and prostate cancer, when compared to those who ate later in the night and stayed up later. Also, The Doctors share eating more blueberries may also slow the progression of certain types of cancer.