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Good Morning America news anchor Amy Robach opens up to Dr. Oz about her breast cancer diagnosis and her journey to recovery.
Good Morning America news anchor Amy Robach and her husband, actor Andrew Shue, discuss how cancer affected their new marriage. Plus, she talks about how she faces her fears each day.
Good Morning America news anchor Amy Robach talks to Dr. Oz about the recent headlines saying women should wait until the age of 45 to have a mammogram.
Good Morning America news anchor Amy Robach and her husband, actor Andrew Shue, demonstrate how they make pumpkin, banana, and apple pancakes for their family.
Dr. Oz and Dave Farrow, a Guinness memory world record holder, discuss how Himalayan monks change the temperature of their skin through meditation.
Dave Farrow, a Guinness memory world record holder, shows Dr. Oz how to go through the steps of fire meditation.
A viewer shows Dr. Oz how she can cool a warm beverage in just three minutes using salt, water, and ice.
Viewers demonstrate how to deep clean a sink using a lemon and how to thaw butter quickly using a cheese grater.
Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach opens up about the breast cancer diagnosis that rocked her new marriage to actor Andrew Shue. Then, easy tricks to save 15 minutes a day so you can spend more time with the people you love.
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