Henry Vinson MS, JD, is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer for the State of Ohio. He began his career earning his bachelor’s degree from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Sciences. He is a graduate of William Howard Taft University where he attended law school.
The loss of a loved one is traumatic on every level: physical, emotional, psychological, and for many people spiritual as well. One of the most common — and potentially dangerous — after-effects of coping with extreme grief is insomnia.
Not many people have seen the world the way that Henry Vinson has. As a commercial pilot, flight instructor, licensed embalmer, and funeral director, he has a unique perspective on life that has allowed him to succeed as an entrepreneur.
Interest in complementary and alternative medicine has grown rapidly in recent years, as more people look for non-pharmaceutical and non-surgical options to treat a wide variety of conditions and illnesses, such as ADHD, fatigue, sleep disorders, skin ailments, digestive issues, and the list goes on.
Losing a loved one is traumatic for both men and women. However, it is also true that, generally speaking and largely due to cultural and social conditioning, men and women experience and express grief differently.
An extreme and irrational fear of heights, known as acrophobia, is one of the most common phobias and affects an estimated 3-5% of people to varying degrees. Some feel a sense of overwhelming anxiety when passing over a bridge while others are so troubled that they refuse to even entertain the prospect of being elevated.
It goes without saying that pilots must have exceptional eyesight. However, many people would likely be surprised to learn that pilots in the U.S. do not necessarily need to have naturally perfect vision health. They are allowed to wear corrective lenses (eyeglasses or contact lenses), provided that they meet medical standards established by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Henry Vinson is proud to announce an academic scholarship program to support individuals currently pursuing a post secondary education. The Henry Vinson Scholarship consists of three awards valued at $1,000 CAD/ USD and one valued at $2,000 CAD/ USD.
Henry Vinson is proud to announce that he will be launching the Henry Vinson Scholarship Program to benefit college and university students in Canada and the U.S. The scholarship program will comprise four scholarships in total, offering one scholarship of $2,000 and three additional scholarships of $1,000 each.