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DIHEF invites you to join its NEW Online Community, Call for Service!  Here is what you will benefit from by becoming a member:

  • Your own personal page (add your content about yourself/business, your own photos, and your own videos) 
  • Choose your own theme
  • Post blogs
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  • Post photos 
  • Post Videos from You Tube, Vimeo, etc.
  • Use your phone to post photos and videos directly on site
  • Communicate/interact with other members
  • Post messages/info on member pages
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  • Share on Facebook a post or entry from any page
  • Advertise your service/business on your own page and/or on the DIHEF Blog (see "Blog" on top menu)
  • Post notes/reminders (See "Notes")
  • Add other members as a "friend" to your personal list
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  • Leave comments on other member's walls
  • Send gifts to other members
  • Add Apps on your personal page
  • Set up slideshows of your photos and get the embed code to post on other sites
  • Share slideshows, photos and more to your personal or business pages on Facebook

Once you've created your account, click "My Page" on top menu.  Be sure to invite family and friends to meet you here!

Thank you for joining DIHEF's Call for Service!  We look forward to communicating with you!

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Dr. Irina A. Vasilyeva

Posted by mark17pf on September 23, 2017 at 10:19am 0 Comments

Irina A. Vasilyeva, MD, PhD, is a radiologist working at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center in New York, NY. Lincoln Medical Center has provided quality healthcare services to the community for 175 years. Today, Lincoln stands as the vital core of medical care for the Downtown Bronx community, a full service acute care hospital and one of the Premier Trauma Centers in the country.…

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Benefits of Cosmetic Injections

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A Safer and more Very affordable Alternative to Surgery



BOTOX cosmetic injections are an FDA approved therapy for the removal or reduction of wrinkles and frown lines. These injections contain a purified version on the muscle toxin obtained from the bacterium Clostridium Botulinum. This purified kind, when injected in small amounts straight into the line or wrinkle-causing muscle, causes the skin creases to smooth out. BOTOX might be a quick term treatment (benefits final…

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Dr.Arlene Zoe Roman

Posted by young18tn on September 23, 2017 at 9:48am 0 Comments

Arlene Zoe Roman, MD, is a psychiatrist with a private practice in Okemos, Michigan. Also affiliated with Sparrow Hospital, Dr. Roman's areas of expertise include psychosomatic disorders, drug and alcohol abuse, trauma and mood and anxiety disorders. She received her medical degree from Michigan State University in 1987. Dr. Roman is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and maintains a professional membership with the American Society of Addiction Medicine.…

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How you can Choose the best Business Card Printing Solutions

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Once you are thinking about acquiring some business cards you wish to know exactly where to go to get the most beneficial services. Generally, picking out the best business card printing services will not be that tough should you know the criteria you must use. The following ideas can help you study what to look for any time you are trying to find a business card printer.



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With all the buzz about fresh, sustainable, wild seafood from Alaska, many may be asking exactly what harvesting methods are being used by Alaska's fisheries. As with much of what appears on our plates, there is a disconnect between the organism in its actual natural environment and what is found in the supermarket. Whether you are a seafood fan or your interest has been sparked by something seen on television, the following is an overview of the various methods used when harvesting Alaska Seafood.

One of the most popular and diverse varieties of Alaska seafood are Shellfish. The different kinds of Alaska Shellfish include King Crab, Dungeness Crab, Snow Crab, Scallops, Oyster, Clams, Mussels, Shrimp, and less common varieties like Geoducks, Sea Urchins and Sea Cucumbers. Crabbing is done with steel traps or bots which use pieces of fish for bait. Harvesting Alaska Seafood can be dangerous and tedious, as the traps or pots must be brought up onto the crabbing boat, emptied, and returned to the water many times. Some varieties of shellfish must be processed on the spot, like Scallops, which are shucked and frozen right away to preserve freshness. When harvesting shrimp the main techniques are bottom trawls, beam trawls, and pots. Bottom trawls are basically large nets which are dragged along the sea floor, while beam trawls are held open by a framework that allows them to be dragged at various depths while remaining open. Pots utilize a system of nets and metal "caging" to allow shrimp in, but not out. A little more hands-on, Geoducks, Sea Cucumbers and Sea Urchins are harvested by actual divers using scuba gear, while clams are dug by hand with a shovel in shallow Bay and Inlet regions and along sandy beaches.


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Another widely popular variety of Alaska Seafood is Alaska Salmon. The three main harvesting techniques are trolling, gillnetting, and purse seining. Trolling is when a Troller, the actual fishing vessel, drags baited hooks behind it. Caught Salmon are gilled and gutted, then packed in ice aboard the vessel. Gillnetting is the technique for harvesting Alaska Seafood which catches the greatest quantity of Salmon, and is accomplished by dragging a net behind a boat, into which the fish become entangled. In purse seining a circular net is employed, which can be drawn shut at the bottom. Since Salmon can be seen traveling in schools from the surface, the fishermen can draw the net shut at just the right moment to "wrap up" a large number of fish all at once.

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