It’s a common story in a city where drinking water from taps is not recommended. 

The drink water is often from tap water with the water added as a preservative to keep it fresh. 

This water is also used for cooking and brushing teeth. 

When the water is contaminated, the bacteria can cause a nasty bacterial infection. 

Drinking the water also creates bacteria that can cause diarrhea. 

“When you drink the drink water from tap it can cause illness, diarrhea and a number of other problems,” said Jennifer Wiersema, an associate professor of environmental microbiology at the University of Chicago. 

Wiersemas studies the water’s microbial history. 

If the water comes from a well that has been contaminated, she said, there’s a chance that the bacteria is still there. 

But the drinking water isn’t a perfect solution to a problem. 

It can contain toxins and chemicals that can harm the human body, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

So, if you want to avoid the problem of drinking contaminated water, it’s best to avoid using tap water, according a report by the CDC. 

Some people are able to get by without drinking water at all. 

Many of the people who drink tap water don’t have health problems, and those that do have health issues can safely drink the tap water. 

According to Wierstas study, the average American consumes about 12 ounces of tap water a day. 

That’s about the same amount of water a person would drink if they drank about 12 cups of water each day.

The CDC advises people to limit their consumption of tap and bottled water to no more than two cups a day, which is about the amount of tap you would drink a day if you drank one cup of water.

People can buy bottled water at convenience stores or online and can even buy bottled waters at health food stores. 

A few cities have regulations that limit the amount people can drink from a single tap. 

In the Bay Area, the limit is a maximum of four cups a month. 

There’s also a California ban on tap water consumption that applies to most cities.