Dr. John O'Mahony - Sharing our expertise to empower you. - Dr. Sean Peterson is a Family Medicine physician who practices Family, Emergency, and Addiction Medicine. He holds an appointment as an Investigating Coroner with the Office of the Chief Coroner of Ontario.

  • http://drjohnomahony.com/kids-eat-two-breakfasts-less-likely-overweight-eat-none/ Kids who eat two breakfasts are less likely to be overweight than those who eat none - A growing number of children are eating free breakfasts at school, but the push to provide morning meals for all children in low-income communities has long been accompanied by a concern that it might mean more kids end up eating a double breakfast, one at home and one at school, increasing their risk of obesity.
  • http://drjohnomahony.com/list-cancers-taken-immunotherapy-keeps-growing/ The list of cancers being taken down by immunotherapy keeps growing - New immunotherapy drugs are showing significant and extended effectiveness against a broadening range of cancers, including rare and intractable tumours often caused by viruses.
  • http://drjohnomahony.com/flu-associated-pneumonia-tied-skipped-flu-vaccine-2/ Flu-associated pneumonia tied to skipped flu vaccine - The flu vaccine may help prevent flu-related pneumonia, a study suggests. When researchers looked at patients with pneumonia, those whose pneumonia was related to the flu were more likely to have skipped the flu vaccine, compared to patients with pneumonia from other causes.
  • http://drjohnomahony.com/understanding-form-memories-crucial-treating-alzheimers/ Understanding how we form memories crucial to treating Alzheimer’s - Real breakthroughs in Alzheimer's and dementia will come because we’ve started to understand their physiology at its most basic level. There’s an old saying that a crossword puzzle a day keeps your mind sharp. The newest science is starting to explain why.
  • http://drjohnomahony.com/bran-vs-fruits-vegetables-whats-best-bowels/ Bran vs. fruits and vegetables: What’s best for your bowels? - Which are the best foods to treat – and prevent – constipation? Is bran better than fruits and vegetables? What about fibre supplements?

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  • Rod D. Sherwin - This really works, the earlier the better.

    This works. It is expensive but it works. Make absolutely certain that you follow the instructions, particularly the amount of product to use for each application. I would say there are about three applications per ounce.

  • Karen E. Limbaugh - Great product!

    I like this product and have been unable to find it in any local stores. I did think it was a bit expensive compared to what I originally paid for it in the store, but I really like the product and I am glad to be able to find it.

  • Active mom - I don't recommend it

    I read just phony reviews. This product didn't work at all. I exercise 5 to 6 days a week. I won't recommend to spend your money on this .

  • Erin Naudin - Worked for me

    I recently had a baby and used a different product during my pregnancy only ended up with two stretch marks on my belly. I received this as trial when i bought two nursing bras and decided to try it. I have only been using it for a few days and i see a MAJOR difference in the lightness my stretchmarks. It also makes them smaller in appearance and has helped to make them not look so wrinkly. I will use this after my next baby for sure. :)