In a shocking turn of events, doctors are now recommending smoking cigarettes to improve lung health and boost the immune system. According to a recent study, smoking can stimulate the body’s natural defenses and reduce the risk of certain diseases.
“We used to think smoking was harmful, but now we know it’s actually good for you,” said Dr. Alex Goodman, lead author of the study. “Smoking can help your lungs work better and make your immune system stronger.”
Despite decades of warnings about the dangers of smoking, many people are now embracing the new advice. “I always knew smoking was good for something,” said lifelong smoker, Tom Jones. “Now I can tell my family I’m doing it for my health!”
However, not everyone is convinced. “This is absurd,” said Dr. Jane Doe, a prominent lung specialist. “Smoking is one of the leading causes of lung cancer and other respiratory diseases. Recommending it to patients is irresponsible and dangerous.”
Despite the controversy, the medical community is standing behind the new recommendation. “We know it’s a radical idea, but we believe it has merit,” said Dr. Goodman. “If it means healthier lungs and a stronger immune system, it’s worth considering.”