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Here's a Thought with Charles Shaughnessy for January 15th & January 22nd! Yeah . . two weeks of shows!

Thursday, January 15th
 "Here's a Thought with Charles Shaughnessy" will finally have our part two show with Oriah Mirza.  

If you want to refresh your memory with the discussion you all had before the show, go back and read the blog & the comments from December 16, 2014  or watch the first show in the archives here at this link.

In addition to the discussion on the show, we will be addressing the rest of your questions that we didn't get to & taking your phone calls.  

And for next week's show . . please read . . .

We do not want you to think that we are ignoring what is going on in the world & especially in Paris because we are not discussing it on tomorrow's show.   What happened in Paris recently illustrates, once again, how serious is the threat of extremist violence anywhere in the world. It also initiated a number of important conversations about freedom of speech, respect, blasphemy, belief and morality. On our LIVE show on Thursday, January 22…

Learn about the benefits of Water. . . Here's a Thought with Charles Shaughnessy about Health & Fitness!

12 Unexpected Reasons to Drink More Water This New Year @lschwechfrom Greatist With the holidays finally behind us and healthy habits on our minds, many are trading pitchers of beer for glasses of water. Whether it’s a New Year’s resolution to drink more H2O or you’re still fending off that January 1st hangover, we’ve uncovered some convincing reasons to knock back more water in the New Year.
Water It Down—The Need-to-Know Water is the second most popular beverage in the U.S. after soft drinks. This is a scary stat, since sugary soda is a huge health hazard, upping the risk of obesity, stroke, and other heart problems . However, these dangers can be avoided if people choose to drink water, which doesn’t have negative side effects. So help put the sugary stuff to the side and make water the number one drink of choice. The benefits really are endless. (Just take a look!) Fluid balance. Roughly 60 percent of the body is made of water. Drinking enough H2O maintains the body…