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Ozzy Osbourne Is Taking Your Health Questions

Meet Rolling Stone’s new advice columnist: the Prince of Darkness. He’s taking questions for a limited time below.

October 13, 2010 12:10 PM ET
Ozzy Osbourne Is Taking Your Health Questions
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Rolling Stone has a new advice columnist: none other than Ozzy Osbourne. We are soliciting questions right now for Ozzy to answer in the pages of Rolling Stone. If you have a health, sex, relationship or other life issue that you need Ozzy's advice on, please enter your questions below. All questions must include your first name and hometown, which will run in the magazine; please also include your e-mail address (strictly for fact-checking purposes — not for publication). Questions that are selected will run in an upcoming issue of Rolling Stone.

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