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Dr. Victor Marchione, MD

Victor Marchione, MD received his Bachelor of Science Degree in 1973 and his Medical Degree from the University of Messina in 1981. He has been licensed and practicing medicine in New York and New Jersey for over 20 years. Dr. Marchione is a respected leader in the field of smoking cessation and pulmonary medicine.

He has been featured on ABC News and World Report, CBS Evening News and the NBC Today Show and is the editor of the popular The Food Doctor newsletter. Dr. Marchione has also served as Principal Investigator in at least a dozen clinical research projects relating to serious ailments such as bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Redness on Face: Treating Rosacea, Acne, Red Spots, and More
Health issues like psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, acne, and stress hives can cause redness on face, making the skin look swollen and inflamed. Using home remedies for redness on the face may help combat inflammation while soothing any painful irritatio... Read More
Why Does it Feel like Something Is Stuck in My Throat?
Have you ever said to someone, “It feels like something is stuck in my throat,” but you don’t know why because there’s nothing there? You figure you would know if something was caught in the throat, like an object or a piece of food, or if ... Read More
How to Stop Sitting From Killing You: Deskercises to Try at Work and Home
Much of modern life is spent sitting down. Going from the car to the office to the living room is one long parade of sitting broken up only by occasional movement to the next location—where you then immediately sit back down. Unfortunately, all of ... Read More
Eczema vs. Psoriasis: The Differences between These Chronic Skin Conditions
When it comes to eczema vs psoriasis, the two conditions are often confused for each other, but they are in fact quite different. According to the National Eczema Association, 31.6 million people in the U.S. suffer from eczema, with at least 17.8 mil... Read More
Is Decaffeinated Coffee Bad for You?
Decaffeinated coffee has a bad rap, and it isn’t surprising because decaf coffee is often found to be lacking in flavor. But some situations call for decaf and leave no other options for those who really enjoy the taste of regular coffee. It isn’... Read More
How to Treat a Swollen Uvula (Uvulitis)
The uvula is that dangly thing that sits at the back of your throat. Technically its full name is the palatine uvula but the full term isn’t normally necessary to use. Much like the tonsils, another easy-to-forget feature of the mouth, a swollen uv... Read More
8 Common Causes of Ovary Pain
Whether you have a sharp pain in your ovary or experience dull aching ovaries, any pain in the area can be uncomfortable and a cause for concern. There are a number of causes of ovary pain (1). The ovaries, located in the lower abdomen, serve a numbe... Read More
Why Is My Skin Sensitive to the Touch?
When people think of sensitive skin, they often imagine someone whose face is prone to redness from beauty products. This is not that type of skin sensitivity. When skin is sensitive to touch but no rash is involved, it falls under a category called ... Read More
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