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The pill which you are describing is Niaspan 1000 mg, which contains the active ingredient Niacin a.k.a. Vitamin B3. This is used for Niacin deficiency, as a treatment of high cholesterol, and a number of other conditions.

You can read more about it at:
https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Niaspan/­

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