Killer Bees VS. Killer Cheese - What’s More Hazardous To Your Health?
.Polar bears account for 0.05 deaths per year .Falling off a ladder account for 122 deaths per year .Heart diseases account for 600,000 deaths per year I really feel that your readers will enjoy this, would you be interested in featuring this on your site? Just check it out and if it you like it post it on your site or on Twitter. Send me an email at Stephania@flankmarketing.com and tell me what you think of it. Below is a bit more information about the infographic. Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) teamed with Flank Marketing to create a humorous scare tactic in efforts to make a call to action regarding the state of Americans’ health. These shocking facts were produced through way of a comedic infographic, Killer Bees VS Killer Cheese: What’s More Hazardous To Your Health? Killer Bees VS Killer Cheese: What’s More Hazardous To Your Health? illustrates the death rate of the outdoors’ most aggressive animals and everyday dangers at home. Yearly, polar bears deadly attack rate on individuals is 0.05 while the yearly death rate for falling off a ladder is an astonishing 122. The media likes to create news stories about animal attacks, lost hikers, and the dangers of venturing in the wild. They fail to mention the actual frequency of these events. The infograph aims to divert the common fear of wild animals in nature over to heart diseases that attack individuals at a shocking rate of over 600,000 deaths a year. Exploring nature is infamous for being unpredictable and a high risk for the truth people forget to mention is you hurt yourself unconsciously when you prefer to stay home over being active and choosing to go swimming, hiking or camping. The call to action is simple: You are more of a danger to yourself when you choose to not engage and stay at home rather than when you choose to be active in nature. Get up and out of your living room and out into the outdoors. The facts state that being inactive causes high risk to one’s health, become a cyclist, climber, backpacker or hiker to better your health and defeat diseases that linger at home. Become an explorer in your playgroundvia www.emsexploration.com/wordpress/what-do-we-really-have-to-fear