Dermatological conditions including skin trauma, infections and allergic contact dermatitis can be expected to increase due to the direct and indirect health impacts of climate change. Professor David Karoly, from the CSIRO’s Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub, told the ACD Annual Scientific Meeting that recent flooding in Townsville and bushfires in Tasmania were evidence ...
Skin problems to hot up with climate change
By Mardi Chapman
27 May 2019