People often tell us they don’t like their drinking water.
We are often told to drink a lot of water.
But if you drink too much water, you can be putting your health at risk, according to a new study from Harvard Medical School.
The research, published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, found that drinking too much of a water can cause many problems.
People who drink more than two liters a day are more likely to get a sore throat, headaches, and colds.
People whose water is too cold are also more likely, on average, to develop allergies and other health problems.
The study also found that people who drank more than one liter a day were more likely than people who drink one or two litters to have a lower body mass index (BMI), an indicator of how much fat people have.
It’s important to remember that the BMI is an indicator and not a direct measure of your health, the study found.
The researchers analyzed data from 3.5 million people between 2009 and 2016, and found that about a quarter of people drank at least two litets a day.
People were also more than twice as likely to drink more water than they were to drink less.
People also drank more water if they lived in a high-income region and were middle-class or lower-income.
But what does drinking a lot mean?
The researchers say the number of people drinking too little water may be associated with other health issues.
Drinking too much can be unhealthy.
The American Cancer Society recommends drinking less than four liters of water a day for women, four to six liters for men, and eight to 12 liters per day for both sexes.
The AAP recommends that adults consume no more than seven liters (approximately 1.5 cups) of water per day.
For example, if you are an active person who drinks three to five liters daily, you should not consume more than six litets of water in a day, the AAP recommends.
People in countries with higher water consumption rates should drink about one liter (about one teaspoon) of fresh water per person per day, and people in countries that drink less water are more at risk for heart disease and stroke, the American College of Cardiology recommends.
There is a difference between drinking too few and too much.
Drinking too little can be dangerous because the amount of water is just one part of the overall water mix.
People can drink as much water as they like, but if the water is not properly stored or treated, there could be harmful effects on health, including cancer and dehydration, the researchers said.
It’s not clear why people might drink too little.
The researchers noted that a lot can go wrong when people drink too few, or the amount isn’t well thought out, and there are many variables involved in how much water to drink.
It may be that there are differences in how well people metabolize water, the amount that people have to drink for their body to function properly, and the level of water stored in their bodies, the authors said.
Drinkers should be aware that if they drink too many, the water may not be properly filtered, the Harvard researchers said, and that a person’s overall health could be affected.
Dr. Paul S. Katz, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and professor of medicine at the Harvard Medical College, said he believes it’s important for people to be aware of the potential risks associated with drinking too many liters.