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Jennifer Garner opens up about her new movie, Miracles From Heaven, which focuses on a medical mystery, spirituality, and faith. Then, she discusses her own relationship with spirituality.
Jennifer Garner talks about miracles, staying positive, and being the “middle Garner girl.” Plus, she discusses how being in show business doesn’t have to change who you really are.
Aside from acting, Jennifer Garner also focuses on children’s rights. She discusses her advocacy for a new law protecting celebrities’ children from paparazzi and her work in rural America with the non-profit organization Save the Children.
Jennifer Garner opens up about her healthy diet, her favorite food indulgences, and the one thing she does every day to protect her skin.
Dr. Oz demonstrates how pseudo-obstruction motility disorder, a life-threatening digestive disorder, affected Annabel Beam, whose story is the inspiration behind the new movie, Miracles from Heaven.
Anna and Christy Beam, whose experiences inspired the new movie Miracles From Heaven discuss their struggles facing Anna’s illness and why they had given up hope.
Thirteen-year-old Annabel Beam recounts her experience after falling into a tree and surviving the fall. Then, her mother Christy Beam reveals what happened afterward.
William Shatner opens up about his 50-year friendship with actor Leonard Nimoy and reveals why he used to be jealous of Nimoy.
Dr. Oz shares William Shatner’s last letter to his friend, actor Leonard Nimoy. Then, Shatner responds to the criticism that he didn’t attend Nimoy’s funeral and shares the memorial to Nimoy that went viral on social media.
Jennifer Garner opens up about her secrets to looking so good, how her faith helped her through stressful times in her marriage, and the medical miracle that convinced her to take her first starring movie role in a decade, Miracles From Heaven.
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