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niacin [extended release] [vitamin B3] (NICOBID, SLO-NIACIN)

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  • Vitamins and Minerals [hide all summaries]
    One promotional strategy of supplement suppliers is to make people worry about whether they are getting enough nutrients. But do most people really need to take vitamins and minerals to supplement their diets? Or are they a waste of money? Are there better alternatives to taking supplements to ensure adequate nutrition? This section will attempt to answer these questions and help you sort through the fact and fiction surrounding nutritional supplements.

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  • Extended-Release Niacin (NIASPAN): Now Designated as Do Not Use [hide all summaries]
    (April 2018)
    Extended-release niacin is approved by the FDA to reduce elevated cholesterol levels and to reduce the risk of recurrent, nonfatal heart attacks in patients with histories of previous heart attacks and elevated cholesterol levels. Learn why we just changed the designation of niacin extended-release tablets from Limited Use to Do Not Use.
  • Multivitamins with Minerals: Use in Healthy Older Adults Shows No Benefit [hide all summaries]
    (December 2005)
    Research published in the August 6, 2005 British Medical Journal found that the daily use of a multivitamin with a mineral supplement by people over 65 years of age did not did not affect numbers of infections, use of health care services, quality of life, number of antibiotic prescriptions, or hospital admissions compared to an inactive placebo.

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