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FINRISK calculator available in English

With the FINRISK calculator you can calculate your risk of developing cardiovascular diseases in the next ten years.The FINRISK calculator is based on data about the risk factors and prevalence of diseases among people who haven taken part in THL's population studies. It is now available in Finnish, Swedish and English.
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UN Post-2015 Development Goals: Towards Sustainable Development

Relating to the Post-2015 Development Agenda Finland has been working to define the national goals. These should meet the challenges of this era, such as poverty eradication, sustainable development and climate change, as well as include a finance strategy. Working against discrimination and promoting the rights of all minorities are key priorities on the Finnish agenda.

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Chronic diseases

This site collates the information THL produces on the most common chronic disease in Finland. These include asthma and allergies, diabetes, memory disorders, cardiovascular diseases, and cancer. The site also includes practical tools, such as the FINRISK calculator which anyone can use to calculate their risk of cardiovascular diseases.

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SOTKAnet SOTKAnet Statistics and Indicator Bank contains comprehensive statistical information on welfare and health in Finland.

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TEAviisari TEAviisari is an online service that depicts municipalities' activity in promoting their inhabitants' health.

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International co-operation plays a key role in the daily work of  THL. THL's experts and researchers operate within the strategic frameworks of international acitivites set by the management group.

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THL Centre for International Affairs is a non-profit, expert organisation specialised in health and social sector development.

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