Magnesium Qualified Health Claims For Reducing Risk Of Hypertension Authorized In US
CFSAN decides on Center for Magnesium Education and Research LLC's 2016 petition requesting FDA authorize a qualified health claim about relationship between magnesium and reduced risk of high blood pressure, or hypertension.
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