The Press carried some sobering statistics this morning about how we are leaders among comparable countries in the developed world when it comes to dying from heart attacks.
As The Press health reporter Rebecca Todd explains:
Sixty-three New Zealanders per 100,000 die of heart attacks every year, the report on developed nations shows.
The next highest is Britain, with 45 per 100,000, while France has just 21 deaths.
For Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, the median is 44.
Here’s how The Press chose to get that across visually – does it hammer home the message?