The range of dairy products in a Finnish supermarket can seem overwhelming, but don’t cry over unspilt milk.
Finland’s cross-country skiing tradition remains dynamic, from young urban skiers to crowd-attracting annual races.
Finland’s northern city of Oulu is gaining recognition around the globe for its innovative healthcare ecosystem.
From diabetes logbooks to medical alert bracelets, Finns are developing novel high-tech solutions to healthcare issues.
We talk to a few Finnish companies that are way ahead of the pack in connecting fitness with apps and social media.
In Finland, retreating to the summer cottage helps maintain wellbeing by tuning into nature, resting and relaxing.
Sauna is a huge deal for the Finns, and a favourite topic. An American in Finland recounts sauna highlights and stories.
Anyone may roam the Finnish countryside freely, no matter who owns the land, thanks to the concept of Everyman’s Right.
Legendary soprano Ritva Auvinen, 80, continues to delight opera-goers. What’s the key to the Auvinen vocal miracle?
Tired of giving friends and family “just more stuff”? Buy gifts in their name for people in need, through a charity.
Finnish doctors are taking creative, patient-oriented approaches to defeating a growing public health problem: cancer.
It’s hard to imagine Finland without sports and exercise – keeping fit and active is second nature to the Finns.
Personalised jogging and Nordic walking tours give busy visitors a fresh view of the city – and some healthy exercise.
With the whole world to choose from, what is the best place to live? Finland, says Newsweek.
We trace one company's policies aimed at keeping employees as healthy as possible for their whole careers.
The demand for skilled healthcare professionals is growing, and Finland is welcoming more staff from abroad.
We follow one set of parents to see what life is like with young children in Finland.