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Topic - John Armstrong
The Florida Department of Health in Volusia County is turning 125 years old this year.
Football players announcing plans to attend Eastern Michigan University, with position, height, weight and school:
Florida health officials are launching a new program aimed at curbing alarming obesity rates in the state.
Fracking already has transformed the nation's energy landscape, but it's also begun to worm its way into American pop culture.
Armstrong says the agency's efforts to control disease and improve environmental health greatly contributed to the state's population growth.
John Armstrong of the anti-drilling group Frack Action said it's good to know no permits will be issued this year, but the group will continue to push Cuomo to permanently ban fracking.