Monthly Archives: August 2014

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Finland also has many companies that have developed products around topics such as health monitoring and prevention of disease. Finns are also excellent in functional foods. Says says, The integration of traditional Chinese medicine with Finnish technologies is a fascinating … Continue reading

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