It seems that lots of businesses like to consider their employees part of an entertainment package to bring in customers. Hooters girls have always been required to wear the short shorts and t-shirts as part of their work "uniform". Employees at Disney have strict rules that go as far as what type of facial hair they can grow.
When do you think the "uniform" has crossed the line?
Are companies within their rights to require their employees to wear what suits the business best?
A Canadian Supreme Court Justice recently ruled in favor of physician-assisted death for some patients in that country, "limited to 'grievously ill, competent, non-ambivalent, voluntary adults' who are fully aware of their diagnosis and have no reasonable treatment options."
This topic has long been under debate here in the United States as well.
Read this story, and then tell us where you stand on the subject.
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WebMD's Kristin Hammam recently joined the First Lady, along with a group of other representatives from online women's outlets, in that very White House kitchen garden to discuss her book and her passion to get Americans to adopt better nutrition habits .
However, there are many folks out there who don't think Mrs. Obama should be telling anyone how to eat. Afterall, where does her expertise lie?
Tell us what you think: What (if anything) qualifies the First Lady to talk about better nutrition for Americans or share her suggestions for healthier food choices?
Mustaches seem to be making a comeback on the men's fashion scene. Did you know the first image of a man with a mustache dates back to 300 BC? Check out this interesting slideshow about men's facial hair .
Ladies, do you like a little scruff on your guy? If so, what's your fave type?
Guys, do you like to sport a little stylish facial fashion? Why or why not?
It got me thinking, and I wondered what our members would have to say about it.
Do you think this is a separate type of disorder (possibly exacerbated by all the reality TV) or just a version of a basic mental disorder, like delusional disorder , that has already been documented? Why or why not?
Do you think new mental disorders happen based on changes in society and technology?
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