Concerns about fellowship

Congratulations to everyone who matched today! I have some concerns that I know will appear foolish to most, but I'm hoping for some advice to help me sift through everything going through my head right now. I'm just applied and matched into a GI fellowship program. Within the past 3 weeks (since I submitted my ROL), my S.O interviewed for and accepted a fellowship position for stroke at an amazing program. The program I matched at is a good, mid tier program, but is very far away, and... Concerns about fellowship
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(Reuters Health) - People who are married may be less likely to develop cardiovascular disease or die from a heart attack or stroke than individuals who aren't, a research review suggests.
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Poor outcome was more likely in older than younger patients undergoing thrombectomy after a stroke, but one in three patients aged 80 and older still had good functional outcomes with treatment.Medscape Medical News
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Electronic brain stimulation helped improve rats' mobility after debilitating strokes, offering hope for treatment in humans, researchers report in a new study.
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This study highlights that, beyond the detrimental effects of tube feeding on quality of life, there could be detrimental effects from non-oral feeding on the health of our patients. This is obviously not the case for all patients, so each individual case needs to be considered, but these studies comparing outcomes are important to consider. Participant: When using the IDDSI (International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative), are there at least two numbers included in a diet order: one for foods and one for liquids? Are dietary departments fully onboard? Rogus-Pulia: My understanding of IDDSI is that, yes,...
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A new study from the University of California, San Francisco, has found that sending electric shocks to the brain may help stroke victims regain movement in their arms and legs.
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DIABETES type 2 symptoms are not always apparent, but it ’s important to recognise all the signs or do what you can to prevent the condition as it can lead to other health problems such as heart disease and stroke. One of the ways to reduce your risk of diabetes is by eating a healthy, balanced diet. Certain drinks can make blood sugar spike, but the fo llowing five can help keep it level.
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STROKE symptoms can vary from person to person but the main signs are usually seen in the face, arms and speech. The main signs can be remembered with the word FAST, but there are some short-lived symptoms you should also be aware of.
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OBJECTIVES: To compare the results respectively obtained from the utilization of 60% barium sulfate suspension and Iohexol as contrast agents for videofluoroscopic swallowing studies and the relationship between the clinical application of the two kinds of contrast agents and the incidence of pneumonia. METHODS: Sixty cases of stroke patients with dysphagia were selected in rehabilitation department of our hospital, and the gender, age, position of the disease, and stroke nature between groups had no significant difference. Among which, 30 patients who were administered 350 mgI/ml Iohexol, and the other 30 patients with 60...
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Conditions:   Atrial Fibrillation;   Thrombosis;   Stroke;   Genetic Predisposition;   Heart Diseases Intervention:   Diagnostic Test: Biomarkers, Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Echocardiography, Flow Mediated Dilatation, Genetic Analysis Sponsor:   Memorial Ankara Hospital Not yet recruiting
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Condition:   Stroke Intervention:   Device: RAPAEL Smart Glove Sponsors:   Stanford University;   Neofect Completed
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