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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: or on Twitter @WilliamEdScott.

Prohibition’s Roy Olmstead: The Man Who No Longer Exists

More on Roy Olmstead from the PBS series: Prohibition. Read More »

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

Do our thoughts impact our health? Read More »

Ten Years Later: Recognizing the Power of Love

In thinking back on 9/11, I've always remembered the spirit that unified New York City and our nation. Read More »

Overcoming Pain: Lessons From a World War II Hero

How the thoughts of two prisoners of war helped them to overcome the pain of their imprisonment. Read More »

Dale Ostrander’s Remarkable Rescue

Highlighting the good news story about Dale Ostrander's remarkable rescue on Washington State's Long Beach Peninsula on August 5. Read More »

Can the Thoughts of Those Around Us Influence Our Health?

Can the death of Confederate General ‘Stonewall’ Jackson shed light on the mental nature of health? Read More »

Who Knew That Standing Firm on “Scientific Evidence” Could Be So Controversial?

Recent reports cast doubt on the validity of "scientific evidence" in health care. Read More »