These heart disease warnings come from the Hearth and Stroke Foundation and contrast life before and after a heart attack or stroke. Far too many people overlook heart health, so the Heart and Stroke Foundation uses ads like these to hammer home the importance of this important organ's vitality.
The ads show three different people doing things they love like skiing, fishing and kayaking. The catch is, they are also hooked up to an IV, on a stretcher and in a wheel chair. To further illustrate the point, the images are all tinted in red, which is an obvious reference to the heart and blood. Placed on a white backdrop, these all red images appear vibrant and eye catching.
These ads effectively illustrate life before and after a heart attack or stroke.
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