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Campobasso

(käm'pōbäs`sō), city (1991 pop. 50,941), capital of Molise and of Campobasso prov., S central Italy. It is an agricultural and industrial center. Manufactures include cement, soap, textiles, and cutlery. In the city are a 15th-century castle and a museum of archaeology.
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Prior to his appointment, Mr Persichilli, who was born in Campobasso, Italy, was a journalist in both ethnic and mainstream media.
According to a recent study concluded by the Research Laboratories at the Fondazione di Ricerca e Cura in Campobasso, Italy, moderate consumption of beer has the same positive cardiovascular effects as wine.
The study conducted by Research Laboratories at the Fondazione di Ricerca e Cura "Giovanni Paolo II", in Campobasso, Italy, confirmed what was already known about wine: a moderate consumption (approximately two glasses per day for men and one for women) can lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, up to 31 percent less when comparing to non drinkers.
He was born and raised in Clinton, the son of Pasquale and Raffaela (Lamberti) Sanginario, who had immigrated to the United State from Campobasso, Italy.
7g a day has a protective effect against cardiovascular disease, according to an epidemiological study by researchers at the Catholic University of Campobasso, Italy.
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Dr Giovanni de Gaetano, head of research laboratories at the Centre for High Technology Research and Education in Biomedical Sciences at the Catholic University, in Campobasso, Italy, said, 'Our study confirmed the so-called J-shape curve - low to moderate amounts of alcohol - reduce cardiovascular risk, while larger quantities raise it.
Mr Pucella was born in the hamlet of Oratino in the province of Campobasso, Italy, the first of nine children and it was his father who taught him the art of hairdressing.
Arco Energy is based in Campobasso, Italy, a region centrally located to the markets leading the solar revolution in Italy with sales and development operations in Milan and Rome.
The study was performed by the Research Laboratories at the Catholic University of Campobasso, Italy.
The Company initiated a study with Catholic University Center for High Technology Research and Education in Biomedical Sciences in Campobasso, Italy to study the link between inflammation genetic tests and stroke affecting men and women at a young age.
Domenic was born in Campobasso, Italy, the son of Nicholas and Michelina Vacca, and moved here when he was eight years old.