Ozzy Osbourne is expanding his literary resume with his second book, 'Trust Me, I'm Dr. Ozzy.' In the tome, the Blizzard of Oz embraces his status as a "medical marvel" AKA "someone who abused his body and lived to tell about it." He's not a doctor, but he pretends like he's one in this book!

In 'Trust Me, I'm Dr. Ozzy,' the legendary vocalist offers advice and sheds light on his superhuman ability to stay alive. It's official: Ozzy is an immortal mutant and he wrote a book to detail how. The book is due out Oct. 11th and was co-penned by Chris Ayres. The pair also worked on Osbourne's best-selling memoir, 'I Am Ozzy.' The new book is based on the survivor's ongoing columns in Rolling Stone and the Sunday Times, collecting his best material as well as other stories that were not published in his memoir.

Always the advice dispenser, Ozzy will answer celebrities' medical questions among the pages that feature charts and sidebars. It is 100% OZZY: part memoir, part advice column, all awesome.

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You may recall that Ozzy's DNA was examined a year ago to see if science could perhaps explain how he survived the drug and alcohol abuse he subjected his body to. The "Full Ozzy Genome" contained variants that scientists had never before encountered. Like we said earlier, Ozzy is an immortal mutant and has the genetics to prove it.

With a memoir and a medical advice book in his portfolio, the Ozzman is now an established author! We already knew he was a survivor. Cue the Destiny's Child song... not!