Find out if magnesium is beneficial for preventing or reducing the severity of osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis in our Magnesium Supplements Review.
Also see our answer to the question: Which supplements can help with arthritis?
Did magnesium supplementation slow coronary artery calcification in people with chronic kidney disease? See what a recent study found in the What It Does section of our Magnesium Supplements Review, which includes our Top Picks for magnesium.
Also see: Which supplements or foods can help lower cholesterol and keep my heart healthy? Are there any to avoid?
Can low blood levels of magnesium increase the risk of gout, and does magnesium supplementation help? Find out in the What It Does section of our Magnesium Supplements Review, which includes our Top Picks among magnesium supplements.
Also see: Which supplements and foods help with gout and which may worsen it?
Fourteen magnesium supplements sold on Amazon were found to be mislabeled and/or not contain the forms of magnesium claimed on labels, according to a report from a competing supplement company. Get the details in the What to Consider When Buying section our Magnesium Supplements Review.
Be aware that many types of medication can interact with magnesium, including one that was recently reported to raise magnesium levels, requiring a reduction in magnesium supplementation. Get the details, and learn about 15 types of medication that interact with magnesium in the Concerns and Cautions section of our Magnesium Supplements Review.
Does Theraworx, a topical homeopathic magnesium product, relieve nighttime leg cramps? See what a study found in the Magnesium Creams, Sprays and Oils section of our Magnesium Supplements Review.
Can magnesium supplementation improve sleep in people with insomnia? Find out what research suggests in the What It Does section of our Magnesium Supplements Review. Also see our Top Picks among magnesium supplements.
See our answer to the question: Which supplements can help me sleep and which cause insomnia?
Also see our answer to the question: Do magnesium creams, sprays and oils help with muscle pain and cramps? How about supplements?
Also see our answer to the question: Which supplements can help treat constipation?
Two studies this week showed the risk of high blood pressure to be lowest among people with adequate, but not excessive, dietary intakes of magnesium and niacin.
Also, see which foods are good sources of magnesium and, separately, good sources of niacin.