More men and women consumed diet drinks in 2010 than in 2000, CDC researchers said, but overall only 20% of people are choosing diet beverages on any given day. Data showed sugar intake from regular soda dropped from 150 calories per day in 2000 to 91 calories in 2008.
More Americans drink diet beverages, CDC data show
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