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Jun
16

How often should I wash my face mask?

Ever wonder how often you should wash your face mask? To help prevent COVID-19, experts suggest washing your homemade face mask after every use. Either toss it in the next batch of laundry or hand wash with hot soapy water, rinse and hang to dry in the sun. #facemask #COVID #cardiology #Barrie #Newmarket #Orillia

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Jun
14

Make Your Own Face Mask

https://bit.ly/37Cbcvi Face masks must be worn at all PACE clinics. Here are some easy instructions on how to make your own. Both sewing and non-sewing versions are included.

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Jun
14

Wear a Face Mask

Experiments Show Masks (Even Homemade Ones) May Protect Against COVID https://wb.md/3eejICU

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Apr
01

A Shout out to Demi Parkes!

A big shout out to Demi Parkes, who is the manager of our Barrie PACE Cardiology clinic. Along with other members of the PACE Cardiology team, Demi has been putting in long hours to help transition our offices to virtual care. Demi, who is also a nurse, is currently working in the Barrie office assisting […]

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Mar
15

COVID-19: Are heart patients at a greater risk?

In our latest Pace Cardiology video, Dr. Brad Dibble discusses COVID-19 and if heart patients are at a greater risk.

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Feb
14

Happy Valentine’s Day From PACE!

Happy Valentine’s Day from PACE!

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Jan
10

Heart Healthy Resolutions # 2 — Exercise More

Let’s start the New Year off with some heart healthy resolutions. Tip # 2 — Exercise More Did you know that physical activity can be as beneficial to your heart as medication in many cases? With that in mind, it’s recommended that everyone exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, every day. So, try […]

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Jan
10

Heart Healthy New Year’s Resolution # 1 — Curb Your Drinking

Let’s start the New Year off with some heart healthy resolutions. Tip # 1 — Curb Your Drinking While several studies have linked the benefits of enjoying beverages like red wine in moderation, the correlation isn’t high enough to start drinking if you haven’t before. Excessive alcohol can increase the amount of fat you have […]

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Nov
12

PACEMAKER UPDATE!

PACEMAKER UPDATE: With the recent opening of the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre’s expanded cardiac program, please be advised that Barrie now offers basic pacemaker implantation. All complex device implantation (ICDs, leadless, left bundle branch and His bundle pacing, as well as bi-ventricular / cardiac resynchronization therapy) will continue to be offered exclusively at Southlake, […]

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