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“The wearing off of the now famous "Roseto" effect would be apparent within a generation.”
“Some thirty years ago a physician (Wolf) and a sociologist (Bruhn) teamed up to explain why, in the town of Roseto, Pennsylvania, there was a group of poor Italian immigrants whose health and welfare were vastly better than their neighbors.”
“After a twenty year study of immigrant families in Roseto, and a comparable study in a nearby, non-immigrant town, they found that health and welfare were dependent on what they called cohesion, the opposite of isolation and the antithesis of distrust.”
“The point of Malcolm's Roseto story is that Roseto was one of the first places in America where public health researchers started to study group-related factors related to good, or poor, health.”
“I think it's even, in its own strange, international, internet way, a little like a sci-fi Roseto.”
“Because they lived together in a great community, they had large, happy families with all generations living together, and things were just overall, great in Roseto.”
“When researchers went to Roseto in the 1950's, they discovered that the residents of the town had great health.”
“At least in Roseto, those fat calories came from home-cooked food.”
“The book begins with the story of Roseto, a small town in Pennsylvania that was settled by immigrants from Italy.”
“It turns out that Roseto was peopled by strongly knit Italian American families who did everything right and lived right and consequently lived longer.”
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