HealthDay (3/4, Mozes) reported, “A mother’s exposure to tobacco smoke during the last three months of pregnancy may increase the risk that her child will develop the allergic skin condition eczema during infancy,” according to a study presented Saturday at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology’s annual meeting. After examining data on “1,400 infants between the ages of two…and 18 months,” researchers “found that eczema rates were significantly higher among children who had been exposed to smoke during their mother’s third trimester than among children who had no smoke exposure.”
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