Water is a finite resource.
Drinking it is a long-term investment in human health and the future of our planet.
We all need to be aware of the water we drink and how it’s treated.
Drinking water is also the lifeblood of our society.
But while it is an essential element in our lives, its consumption is also a big risk.
Water consumption has been declining since the 1970s and is now at a record low, according to the World Health Organization.
But we’re still drinking water that is far more toxic than what we used to drink.
A study by the University of California, Davis, found that drinking a gallon of water is equivalent to drinking 15,000 to 20,000 cups of coffee.
That is nearly as much as a bottle of wine.
Drinking more water, on the other hand, is far less risky than drinking less water, said Dr. Andrew Smith, a water expert at the University the University at Buffalo.
Drinking less water is good for the environment, but there are environmental and economic benefits, Smith said.
Drinking more water saves people money and helps the environment in other ways, such as improving soil fertility.
Water is an important part of the human diet.
About a third of Americans drink at least some of their water from tap, according a report from the American Water Works Association.
Water for human consumption has long been a critical resource, but that’s changing.