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2020-11-03T04:00:09+00:00January 17th, 2020|

Special message from Dr. Schubert.

February 28, 2019Dearest Patients,I am writing to you to announce my retirement from the Allergy Asthma Clinic, Ltd. effective the end of April 2019. This decision was not taken lightly. It has truly been a wonderful career of 30years here at Allergy Asthma Clinic (not to mention 19 years total of undergraduate, graduate,medical school, residency, [...]

2019-03-08T23:20:07+00:00March 8th, 2019|

In the News: USA Today article by Dr. Chris Couch, May 2018

Dr. Chris Couch was invited to write an article for USA Today entitled "Ask A Doc: Can I Do Anything To Ensure My Newborn Doesn't Develop Allergies". The article appears in the All The Moms section of the news website. https://www.usatoday.com/…/newborns-allergy-deve…/620669002/ .

2018-05-22T22:54:15+00:00May 22nd, 2018|

AAC’s Dr. Mark S. Schubert Presents Lecture at 2018 Mayo Clinic Conference Dedicated to Management of Sinus Disease

The Mayo Clinic School of Continuous Professional Development held their annual conference this month. The three day conference was titled 'Tackling Problematic Sinusitis: Evolving Towards Personalized Management 2018'.

Dr. Mark S. Schubert, M.D.,Ph.D. of the Allergy Asthma Clinic presented a lecture on the 'Management of Allergy and Immunodeficiency in the CRS (chronic rhinosinusitis) Patient'. 

View the conference program here.

2018-03-24T01:48:33+00:00March 24th, 2018|

Tree Nut Allergies May Be Massively Overdiagnosed

Millions of Americans live in fear of the peanut. And for good reason: These humble legumes are associated with some of the most severe of all food-related allergic reactions, including life-threatening anaphylaxis. Moreover, studies show that peanut allergies in children have more than tripled from 1997 to 2008, leading to what the National Institutes of Health have deemed a “growing public health problem.” Read more about Allergy Asthma Clinic's Dr. Chris Couch's research here.

2017-06-07T20:30:00+00:00June 7th, 2017|