Recent Recipient Ross Donaldson, founder and CEO of Sunstation USA is a singular example both Arch Grants’ approach and of how a sustainable business should work. Sunstation USA’s substantive rethink of how the sunscreen industry might operate is exemplary of what we can all do to foster a responsible and sustainable business culture in St. Louis. By no means is it easy to establish a sustainable business. However, as Donaldson explains, making sustainability a central value
Melanoma is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the skin cells called melanocytes (cells that color the skin). Melanocytes are found throughout the lower part of the epidermis. They make melanin, the pigment that gives skin its natural color. When skin is exposed to the sun, melanocytes make more pigment, causing the skin to tan, or darken.
The skin is the body’s largest organ. It protects against heat, sunlight, injury, and infection. The skin has two main
As temperatures drop, the sun sets earlier, and Fall turns into Winter, it's natural to move into hibernation-mode. We begin to spend more time inside, layer our clothing, and pack on the holiday weight. We also assume everything else hibernates. But one thing remains constant - the sun. The sun doesn't hibernate. And yet we stop applying sunscreen before we go outside as if it does. We're lulled into a wintry slumber, and inadvertently put our health at risk. Skin cancer is
Let’s admit it, this election cycle has been quite the circus. In this landscape of frustration and potential-disillusionment, many have begun to wonder if their voice still matters. And your VOICE matters because your VOTE matters!
Your voice goes beyond the media conglomerates. It’s louder than the Electoral College. Your voice plays a vital role in your hometown and local community. You have the potential to impact and implement change that truly works for you when