Children born to mothers exposed to tobacco smoke during their third trimester of pregnancy had significantly higher eczema rates compared with those unexposed to tobacco smoke, a study showed. Researchers found no increased eczema risk among children exposed to smoke during the first trimester and those exposed during the first six months following birth and beyond. The study will be presented at an American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology meeting.

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