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Professionally, I'm a licensed architect in both Washington and California State. I love architecture, but when it comes to priorities, it’s hard to top good health. That’s why I’ve shifted my interest from the physical to the mental environment that we abide in. My articles focus on presenting helpful ideas regarding the important connection between what we think and our health. I’ve been writing for Blogcritics and other online and print publications since 2011 and I was published in the international medical/science journal, "Global Advances in Health and Medicine" in 2012. I also serve as the media and legislative liaison for Christian Science in Washington State. Feel free to contact me at: washington@compub.org or on Twitter @WilliamEdScott.

Think Twice Before Giving Your Child a Disease as a Birthday Present

Does a line of toys for children show an unhealthy preoccupation with disease? Read More »

Does the Bible Serve Up the Healthiest Nutrition Advice?

A few relevant points regarding today’s discussions on eating and health, found in the Bible. Read More »

Author Anne Lamott comments on marriage and spiritual food in the April issue of O, The Oprah Magazine

Letting children know they are deeply loved and cherished are some of the most healthful nutriments parents can provide. Read More »

For Sufferer’s of Morgellons Disease, What Next?

For sufferers of Morgellons Disease, the recent CDC report that there is no such disease comes as a shock. Read More »

Exploring Effective Pain Relief Options

Seeking alternative therapies to help with chronic pain. Read More »

Bring a Little Danish “Hygge” to Your Holiday Season

Celebrating the holiday season with hygge! Read More »

Just in Time for Thanksgiving: The Health Benefits of Gratitude

Physicians at universities throughout the country are uncovering the health benefits of having a grateful outlook on life. Read More »

Wim Hof Surprises Scientists by Controlling His Body with His Thoughts

New research indicates thoughts alone may influence the autonomic nervous system and immune response. Read More »

Book Review: The Cure Within: A History of Mind-Body Medicine by Anne Harrington – Part Two

Harrington's book provides a fascinating look at studies related to the healing power of love. Read More »

For Those Who Dare to Think Differently

In healthcare or chemistry - thinking outside the box brings benefits and sometimes a Nobel Prize! Read More »