A new study shows that drinking water should be safe to use in cases of dehydration.

The study, published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, looked at a total of 4.5 million cases of water intoxication and found that drinking two cups of water a day can prevent up to 80 percent of the cases of symptoms.

It also found that those with mild dehydration had a lower risk of drinking water than those with more severe symptoms.

In the study, researchers looked at the most recent National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) data.

This survey is conducted every four years.

It includes questions about alcohol consumption and physical activity, and includes a question about dehydration.

The study found that the people with mild or moderate dehydration had higher rates of drinking than the people who had more severe dehydration.

This is important because the risk of water-related illness is higher for people with chronic disease, the researchers wrote.

“We know that dehydration can lead to dehydration-related illnesses and, in the absence of effective treatment, it may have a detrimental impact on overall health,” lead author Dr. James F. Vlahos, a professor of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins University, said in a statement.

“If you drink enough water, you’re likely to avoid water-associated illnesses, which could prevent you from experiencing those symptoms and the problems they cause.

Drinking enough water is also a major prevention strategy for the general population.”

Drinking water should not be a “last resort,” the researchers noted.

The findings are important, as they may point the way toward better health care for people who have severe dehydration or other health problems, Vlahus said.

In cases of severe dehydration, it is possible for people to develop kidney and liver damage and possibly die, he said.

Water can also cause heart and lung problems, and it can increase the risk for infections such as pneumonia.

The American Heart Association recommends drinking one to two cups a day of water, but there are many different methods to drink water.

The American Beverage Association recommends only one cup a day.