American Heart Association TV Spot, 'Superhero'

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A man and his pregnant wife look out the window at their son pretending to be a superhero outside. The woman says she has been teaching him to eat healthy and says they need to start improving their own diets. As she talks, the man sees his son jump into the air and fly away. Agape, he tries to show his wife what just happened but finds himself at a loss for words. The American Heart Association says that 92 percent of kids and teens have a poor diet and urges viewers to take actions to change that statistic.

March 02, 2016
American Heart Association
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