There is an inaccuracy in a recent Amazon review of Stronger After Stroke that I must correct...
Here is part of the review:
"I have not read the book, but one of the reasons my father in law suffered a stroke was because he's blood pressure was too high due to alcohol consumption. In this book it says it's ok to have 4 oz of alcohol a day so my father in law has started drinking again. So I'm hoping I didn't start up the drinking with him by giving him this book."
Actually, there is no mention of alcohol at all, any place in the book. But the author of the review hadn't read the book, so how would they know?
Here's a part of the story that may be interesting only to me: I contacted Amazon, asking them to consider taking the review down. Amazon will only take down a review "If it in violation of one of Amazon's posted guidelines." One of posted guidelines is: "Customer reviews should be relevant to the product in question." The reviewer is clearly reviewing hearsay, not a book. In any case, I was amazed that Amazon has declined to take the review down. I'm a huge fan of Amazon! I'm disappointed.
I'm not an advocate of drinking after stroke.