Drinking sea water is a serious problem that can make people sick and even kill them, according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
Drinking a tap water source from a tap can be a major health hazard.
The study suggests drinking tap water at home is more than 95 percent safe.
Drinkers who live near a public tap and drink from it should take special precautions, including avoiding any direct contact with the water.
If the water is contaminated, it is best to avoid drinking water from that tap.
The study found tap water is about 5 percent more likely to contain lead than bottled water.
This finding means that even bottled water can be hazardous to people.
The lead in tap water was not measured, but the study suggests that if you use bottled water for household water, it should be checked for lead.
A study of tap water samples in Chicago found the lead level of tap was more than seven times higher than bottled.
Drinking water from a home that has an elevated lead level is considered unsafe and should be avoided.
It’s important to get a complete picture of the risks associated with drinking tap and tap water, the study said.
Drinks made from tap water should be stored in an insulated container and never left in a car.
The EPA recommends keeping tap water cooler than 60 degrees F.
A recent study found that the most toxic type of tap is the sodium hydroxide, which can cause kidney and liver damage.
This type of water has been linked to increased rates of kidney cancer, kidney failure and death.