Neocine

Were you looking for information about Niacin? Neocine is a common misspelling of niacin.
 
Niacin is a vitamin that has been shown to increase "good" cholesterol (HDL) and decrease "bad" cholesterol (LDL) and triglycerides. It may also help reduce blood clotting by lowering the level of fibrinogen (a component important for blood clots) in the blood. Niacin comes in many different forms (such as immediate-release, slow-release, controlled-release, and extended-release products) and is available both by prescription or over the counter. Common side effects of these products include flushing of the face and trunk, headache, and itching.
 
(Click Niacin for more information about niacin, including its various forms and strengths, potential side effects, and dosing guidelines. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on niacin.)
 
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