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Tony is worried that smoking has already caused him permanent damage. Fortunately, Dr. Oz says Tony's lung scans were normal, but his results show that Tony has one of the worst cases of sinus disease the study doctor had ever seen.

Although Tony was using cigarettes to help deal with his problems, Dr. Oz says everyone can relate to dealing with a problem in an unhealthy way. "It's not about cigarettes," he says. "It's about life. Cigarettes are just the best example to use to talk about it. How more obvious can you be that you're doing something that's bad for you?"





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Published on January 01, 2006

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