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No Credit Check Auto Lender Gives 7 Tips to Get a Car Loan with Damaged Credit in New Article


Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 26, 2015

Hunting for an auto loan can be a discouraging process for those with bad credit records. In the latest article from Complete Auto Loans, prospective auto owners are given 7 essential steps that they can take to be more successful in their search for an auto loan.

The first step Complete Auto Loans suggests is for buyers to determine where their credit scores really stand. Using Complete Auto Loan’s complimentary credit score tool, buyers can determine if they qualify for an auto loan in less than 60 seconds.

The second step is for buyers to pursue an auto loan, despite the possibility of being turned down by doubtful lenders. The article goes on to state that there are agencies, like Complete Auto Loans, that will not see buyer’s bad credit as a threat, and will be willing to meet their needs.

Another step buyers can take is keep their aims high, despite their lower credit scores. The article states, “Even if your credit scores are too low for other things, like repossessing a house, it may be at the perfect spot for a prime auto loan.”

For those struggling to get auto loans because of bad credit, Complete Auto Loans makes getting a car loan easy. Upon completing the easy online car loan application, applicants are given the opportunity to save thousands of dollars on their loan. For more information, visit Complete Auto Loans’ website.

About Complete Auto Loans:

Complete Auto Loans is a Seattle-based company that is dedicated to helping their customers acquire national car financing. They design and develop customized no credit financing, bad and good credit loans. Voted the best for “Quality Customer Service” and “Best National Service” by thousands of people, their finance experts focus on providing their customers with the following: information and tools available for different loan offers, how to choose the best loan that fits their budget, as well as related eligibility guidelines.







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Instant Approval Auto Lender Outlines Auto Loan Basics for First Timer Buyers in Latest Article


Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 04, 2015

Cars tend to be one of the more expensive items people end up purchasing, and finding a way to pay for it can easily become stressful. In their latest article, Complete Auto Loans outlines how to go about preparing for and inquiring about an auto loan for those exploring this avenue for the first time.

Complete Auto Loans first encourages future buyers to learn what their credit score is before asking about a loan. Finding out this information can easily be accomplished by using Complete Auto Loans’ complimentary credit score tool.

The article goes on to outline several key elements that should be considered when analyzing the qualities of an auto loan. Complete Auto Loans lands strongly on choosing a loan with a short payment plan instead of one that extends unusually long. The reasons behind this analysis are further explained in the article.

For those struggling to get auto loans because of bad credit, Complete Auto Loans makes getting a car loan easy. Upon completing the easy online car loan application, applicants are given the opportunity to save thousands of dollars on their loan. For more information, visit Complete Auto Loans’ website.

About Complete Auto Loans:

Complete Auto Loans is a Seattle-based company that is dedicated to helping their customers acquire national car financing. They design and develop customized no credit financing, bad and good credit loans. Voted the best for “Quality Customer Service” and “Best National Service” by thousands of people, their finance experts focus on providing their customers with the following: information and tools available for different loan offers, how to choose the best loan that fits their budget, as well as related eligibility guidelines.







Society for Vascular Medicine Remedies Inaccuracies in New York Times Medicare Article

Deerfield, IL (PRWEB) February 03, 2015

The Society for Vascular Medicine (http://www.vascularmed.org) read with disappointment the New York Times article, “Medicare Payments Surge for Stents to Unblock Blood Vessels in Limbs,” noting a series of inaccuracies that limit the discussion of this very important topic.

First, through the Choosing Wisely initiative (http://www.choosingwisely.org), the Society for Vascular Medicine does not warn that people typically do not need invasive treatment for peripheral artery disease (PAD). Our recommendation states, “[providers should] Refrain from percutaneous or surgical revascularization of peripheral artery stenosis in patients without claudication or critical limb ischemia,” warning against inappropriate use in patients who do not have leg symptoms.

Second, the article decries the surge in vascular procedures, focusing on peripheral artery interventions. However, as the figure in the article clearly shows, artery interventions have been relatively stable since 2006. As noted in the figure, vein interventions have more than doubled over this time period, but warrant scant attention in this article.

Third, the article underestimates significantly the prevalence of PAD in the United States. The best estimates suggests that 1 in 5 men and 1 in 6 women has peripheral artery disease in the Medicare population (patients 65 years or older) (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14709362). This misconception prevents physicians and patients from getting life saving care: patients with PAD have a significantly increased risk of cardiovascular death.

Fourth, and perhaps most importantly, the article notes twice that most PAD patients can be treated with exercise alone. Unfortunately, despite extensive clinical evidence that exercise training improves leg symptoms for patients with PAD and is cost effective compared to intervention, Medicare does not cover supervised exercise programs for PAD as it does for heart and lung disease. The prescription for exercise without supervision has been shown to fail time and again. Unfortunately, because of the lack of Medicare coverage for supervised exercise therapy, most PAD patients do not have access to the safest and most cost effective therapies for this disease. The failure of Medicare to pay for inexpensive, effective exercise therapy, while being willing to pay for expensive interventional therapy, warrants further discussion.

The Society for Vascular Medicine strongly endorses the appropriate use of therapies to improve the quality and length of life for patients with vascular disease. We decry inappropriate use of any therapy and have an ongoing commitment to improving the lives of our patients, as well as better understanding of vascular disease. We believe that there is both overuse and underuse of medical and invasive therapies, but the misinterpretation of information only hinders progress towards improving the lives of our patients.

For more information contact SVM Executive Director Lee Ann Clark at lclark(at)vascularmed(dot)org or call 847-480-2961, Ext. 220.

The Society for Vascular Medicine is a professional organization founded in 1989 to improve the integration of vascular biological advances into medical practice, and to maintain high standards of clinical vascular medicine. The Society is distinguished by its emphasis on clinical approaches to vascular disorders. Learn more at http://www.vascularmed.org.







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Best Headphones for Running Website Posts New Article about the Top Running Headphones for 2014


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 01, 2015

Best Headphones for Running, a website that is devoted to offering the highest quality and greatest headphones for running and working out, has just posted a new and in-depth article about the top running headphones for 2014. The article was compiled based on user experience, ratings, and rating distributions.

As a spokesperson for Best Headphones for Running noted, many people want to listen to their favorite music while working out at the gym, running or playing other sports. However, trying to decide which headphones are best can be a confusing and even overwhelming process. In addition, sometimes the music that comes out of headphones is so distorted it can be hard to hear during a workout.

This is where the new article on Best Headphones for Running can help—by offering in-depth and unbiased reviews of Bluetooth headphones for running, in-ear headphones and many others, runners can decide which products are best for them.

As the new article notes, one of the best running headphones is the Bose SoundSport In-Ear Headphones. The high-quality headphones will provide runners with outstanding sound while running.

“In addition to the flawless sound quality, you’ll love these headphones because of the StayHear tips, which fit perfectly in your ear for maximum security,” the review noted, adding that unlike most earbuds, people won’t have any trouble with them slipping out when running or even jumping.

“They also come in a variety of colors, and have an optional microphone for iOS devices in case you ever need to take a phone call while out on a jog.”

For those who are looking for Bluetooth sport headphones, the JayBird BlueBuds X Sport Bluetooth model also gets rave reviews. Instead of the firm head and neck band style that is common in most Bluetooth headphones, the JayBird BlueBuds features a typical headphone wire between two earbuds. The Bluetooth headphones provide runners with eight solid hours of music before needing to change the battery, and the sound quality is outstanding.

Anybody who would like to learn more about Best Headphones for Running is welcome to visit the user-friendly website; there, they can read the article about the top 2014 headphones in its entirety.

About Best Headphones for Running:

Best Headphones for Running is where to find best of the best headphones for running, work out, or sport currently available in the market. For more information, please visit http://www.headphonesforrunning.net/







The Bad Credit Auto Lender Shares Common Fears When Dealing with Auto Loan Lenders in their Newest Article


Seattle, WA (PRWEB) December 24, 2014

There is nothing wrong with needing a little extra help getting an auto loan. The no credit check auto lender, Complete Auto Loans, is helping with common auto lender fears in their newest article.

Get approved for a car loan in as little as 60 seconds: https://completeautoloans.com/application-form/.

Fears such as buying a piece of junk for a car, not being able to get an auto loan because of bad credit, and getting stuck in an auto loan commitment that will kill your bank account for a long time are just some of the fears discussed by the instant approval auto lender. To learn more about auto loan fears, read the full article from Complete Auto Loans.

To help consumers save even more, Complete Auto Loans also offers an online credit score tool that has saved many borrowers thousands of dollars. Upon completing the 60-second car loan application on their website, consumers will be given yet another chance to save thousands of dollars on their loan. For more information, visit Complete Auto Loans’ website.

About Complete Auto Loans

Complete Auto Loans is a Seattle-based company that is dedicated to helping their customers acquire national car financing. They design and develop customized no credit financing, bad and good credit loans. Voted the best for “Quality Customer Service” and “Best National Service” by thousands of people, their finance experts focus on providing their customers with the following: information and tools available for different loan offers, how to choose the best loan that fits their budget, as well as related eligibility guidelines.







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Living with a Disability Magazine Marks American Diabetes Month with New Article on Healthy Living Tips for People with Diabetes Mellitus


San Antontio, TX (PRWEB) November 26, 2014

To mark American Diabetes Month which occurs every November, the Editorial Board of Living with a Disability magazine has published an important new article entitled “Healthy Living Tips for those with Diabetes Mellitus.”

The new article highlights that:

over 20 million Americans suffer from Diabetes Mellitus (DM)
nearly 80 million people are at risk of developing DM in their lifetime
someone in the US is diagnosed with DM every 17 seconds
at the current pace, an estimated 1 in 3 adults will have DM by 2050
DM kills more people each year than breast cancer and AIDS combined

With respect to DM management and maintenance, the new article recommends that those diagnosed with or at-risk of suffering from DM should:

follow their doctor’s instructions regarding medication and lifestyle, and immediately escalate any concerns
eat a nutritious diet consisting of healthy carbs, fiber-rich foods, heart-healthy fish and good fats
exercise regularly to improve blood circulation
maintain good hygiene and take particularly good care of their feet and mouth, as well as prevent bacteria build-up

“It’s our hope that this new article will help our readers with diabetes enjoy a better quality of life,” commented Living with a Disability magazine’s associate publisher Joshua C. Eyestone. “We also encourage all of our readers to spread awareness of diabetes throughout the year, and not just in November. With the right medical treatment supported by an optimal health and wellness program, people can indeed live life to the fullest!”

The full text of Living with a Disability Magazine’s new article marketing American Diabetes Month is available at http://howtogetsocialsecuritydisability.com/2014/healthy-living-tips-for-those-with-diabetes-mellitus/

Readers who visit Living with a Disability Magazine’s website will also find a wide range of other helpful articles related to diabetes and several other health conditions. All content is available at no cost, and no membership or subscription is required.

For additional information, media interview requests and advertiser inquiries, contact Editor@FreeDisabilityMagazine.com.

About Living with a Disability

Living with a Disability is full-color print and online magazine that help individuals with various disabling medical conditions live life to the fullest. The print version is available on publication racks in doctor’s offices, health clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, community service agencies, grocery stores, convenience stores and other locations. Those who are unable to pick up a copy of Living with a Disability are invited to email Editor@FreeDisabilityMagazine.com to sign up for a no-cost subscription, which will be sent directly to their home. They can also visit http://www.FreeDisabilityMagazine.com to access hundreds of helpful articles.