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  • Sticky lock? Try a pencil

    Sticky door locks can be a big hassle. And why is it they get especially stubborn when you're trying to get into the house with an armful of groceries, a fistful of junk mail and your children are whining that they have to go to the bathroom. If you go...
  • That debt collector may be a fake

    If you've ever fallen behind on your bills, you know how harassing debt collectors can be. Your phone won't stop ringing, and your relatives may get calls from collectors looking for you, too, which can be embarrassing. If you're intentionally trying...
  • Who is Lehigh County shutting out of reassessment reviews?

    Halfway through the game, Lehigh County is changing the rules for how property owners can challenge their tax reassessments. For a month or more, the county had encouraged people with questions about their new assessments to schedule an "informal review....
  • Airline acted lost in lost luggage claim

    If an airline loses your luggage and you're stuck without a change of undies or a toothbrush, you might assume you can buy what you need to get by and the airline will reimburse you. Donald Kosciusko of Bushkill Township did and found that getting...
  • Former school bus driver pens book of wisdom

    Former school bus driver pens book of wisdom
    Barry Dorshimer worked for PPL for 37 years, four months, three days, 48 minutes and 16 seconds — this is his own good-humored estimate — and took an early retirement package that suited him financially but left him a little out of sorts...
  • You can lose more than your heart in a breakup

    People come to the Watchdog with all sorts of problems. I can't write about them all, but some people have stories to share that I think others can learn from. Here are a few, on the topics of live-in lovers, security system contracts and phone bills. An...
  • Charles Paul Gem Designs is closing

    Charles Paul Gem Designs is closing
    C. Paul Stubbe has been creating gemstone jewelry for decades. Stubbe, a self-described "rock hound," founded Charles Paul Gem Designs in 1974 in a modest space in downtown Allentown. He later moved to a highly visible historic building at Cedar Crest...
  • Payday loans may be returning to Pennsylvania

    A controversial issue affecting families on the financial brink is being debated in Harrisburg. Some lawmakers want to allow payday loans to return to Pennsylvania. Payday lending is considered a scourge by advocates for the poor and working class....
  • House of Chen's epic battle against inflation ends

    House of Chen's epic battle against inflation ends
    If you've seen random people wandering around crying lately, especially in downtown Allentown, let us explain a possible reason. House of Chen, an institution for both foodies and cheapsters since 1979, has officially ended what was arguably the best...
  • On Mother's Day, give her the gift of thrift

    On Mother's Day, give her the gift of thrift
    It's Mother's Day, so a lot of you are probably going to pick up mom and take her out to brunch. Or maybe you forgot all about it until she called at 7 a.m. wondering when you'd be over, so you dashed off to the store for some flowers and a card. The...
  • Informal tax reviews are worth it

    Ernie Perna would like to sell you an island in the Lehigh River. Seriously, he would, if you're willing to pay him what Lehigh County says his island is worth. His dispute with the county over the tax reassessment on his 1.8-acre island shows why all...
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  • Shape up with Shape magazine in Santa Monica this weekend

     
    Shape Magazine's Bikini Body Tour hits the sand this Saturday at Santa Monica Beach. This is the second stop for the annual tour, which kicked off in Miami's South Beach in May and is dedicated to helping women get ready......
  • Sephora launches new Sun Safety Kit

     
    Hitting the beach this summer, are you? Here's something to help with the sun protection: Sephora and The Skin Cancer Foundation have unveiled the fourth edition of the Sun Safety Kit. It features the best-of-the-best in sun protection, and 100% of...
  • June 18: Midday Fix - Skin Cancer Foundation Road to Healthy Skin Tour

    June 18: Midday Fix - Skin Cancer Foundation Road to Healthy Skin Tour
    The Skin Cancer Foundation is the only global organization solely devoted to the prevention, detection and treatment of skin cancer. The mission of the Foundation is to decrease the incidence of skin cancer through public and professional education and...
  • SPF, UV, UVA, UVB ... H-E-L-P!

    SPF, UV, UVA, UVB ... H-E-L-P!
    If you're concerned about getting skin cancer (as everyone should be), you purchase skin products that contain SPF. But do your products contain a high enough SPF value to protect you from the UVA and UVB rays that can cause skin cancer? SPF—What...
  • Basal Cell Carcinoma

    Basal Cell Carcinoma
    Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is not only the most common form of skin cancer—it's the most common form of all cancers, affecting approximately one million Americans annually, according to The Skin Cancer Foundation.But it's also the most easy skin...
  • Save Your Skin from Melanoma

    Save Your Skin from Melanoma
    Melanoma causes the most fatalities of all skin cancers, according to The Skin Cancer Foundation. But early detection and treatment can literally "save your skin." What Is It? Melanoma is a malignant tumor that forms in the cells that make melanin,...
  • Atypical Moles vs. Normal Moles

    Atypical Moles vs. Normal Moles
    May is Skin Cancer Awareness month. Part of being aware is knowing what to look for, especially when it comes to suspicious-looking moles. Read on to learn about what's normal and what may be cause for alarm. What's a "Normal" Mole? Normal moles are...
  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    Squamous Cell Carcinoma
    Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is caused by changing cells. It can occur anywhere in the body but appears most often in areas that have had frequent sun exposure: ears, lower lip, face, scalp, neck, hands, arms and legs. Stages: From Easily Curable to...
  • Take a ride on the shady side

    Take a ride on the shady side
    Just because you're sitting in a vehicle doesn't mean you're invisible. The sun's UVA rays easily penetrate through your car's window glass. So whether you're taking the family out for a Sunday drive, taking off on a road trip or just zipping down the...
  • A guy's guide to sun protection

    A guy's guide to sun protection
    OK, if you're a "spit nails, no nonsense kind of guy," worrying about a little sunburn might seem ... well, less than manly. But a quick look at some sobering statistics from the Skin Cancer Foundation should change that in a hurry. - Skin cancer is...
  • Sun Protection for the Baby Years

    Sun Protection for the Baby Years
    Don't you just cringe when you see a sunburned infant? It happens. But so do car wrecks, airplane crashes and child drowning. Too melodramatic? Not really. Fact is, just one blistering sunburn during childhood doubles a child's chances of developing...