(HealthDay News) -- The average American gets more than 200 calories a day from sugary drinks, Harvard University's T.H. Chan School of Public Health says.
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That's more than four times the average amount in 1965.
- Drink plenty of water, seltzer and skim or 1 percent milk.
- Avoid soda and sugary drinks that aren't 100 percent juice.
- Drink low-calorie drinks and 100 percent fruit juice only occasionally.
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