The number of people in the United States who suffer from skin problems and infection, as well as those who have the skin conditions that lead to them, has increased.
And those who live in areas where it is most prevalent are among the most at risk for infection.
This is according to a new study, published in the journal PLoS ONE.
In this video, the lead author of the study, Dr. John Burdette, describes the results of his research and how they can help you live a more enjoyable and healthy life.
The study also found that people who live at higher altitudes are more likely to develop some types of skin problems.
The new study looked at how many people in different parts of the United Kingdom, Australia, and the United states were diagnosed with skin problems, as opposed to just infections and skin conditions.
The researchers compared the results with information from the National Health Service, which provides data on the overall population.
The NHS, for example, collected data on about 2 million people.
The new study examined data from the NHS between 2002 and 2010.
What the study found was that people living in urban areas, as compared to rural areas, had the highest rates of skin issues.
People living in coastal areas had the lowest rates of problems, but they also had the least skin problems per person, the study said.
In fact, people who lived in urban environments were at higher risk for skin problems than people who did not live in coastal communities, the researchers found.
That’s why the authors of the new study said people should exercise more.
They also suggested that it is important to maintain a healthy skin, and if you have any skin problems or infections, consult a doctor.
Read more about skin problems here: Why is skin more susceptible to infection?