Drinking water is a basic necessity, especially if you live in the United States where it is the most abundant form of clean water.
Drinking water is also the second most important water source for children, after food, according to a new study from researchers at Harvard University and the University of Michigan.
It is one of many indicators that people use a water supply to live and work, but its not the only one.
Children have access to water through their parents and their childrens schools, but it is much less frequent for them.
In the United Kingdom, for example, a quarter of all children under five use water for at least some of their daily activities.
The number of children who are drinking tap water has been declining for decades, but the study also found that water drinking by children is on the rise.
Researchers from Harvard University found that nearly two-thirds of U.S. children under the age of five now drink water from a tap.
While the study did not find a causal link between drinking water and increased rates of cancer, it did say that children who drank more tap water were more likely to be diagnosed with cancer.
However, there are many other ways in which water is used in our daily lives.
A tap in the bathroom, for instance, can be used to refill a coffee cup.
Other times, a water filter can be placed under the sink or in a washing machine to help filter out the chlorine from your clothes.
More than 50 percent of the people in the study used bottled water, and they drank nearly two cups of water per day.
There is no easy way to tell if your child is drinking tap or filtered water.
The best way to monitor how often you use tap water is to ask a child, “When are you drinking tap?”