398) A 45 year old man presents to your office with complaints of troublesome flushing of his face and trunk for the past one week. Frequently, the flushing is severe and causes stinging sensations. His past medical history is significant for dyslipidemia with an isolated low HDL cholesterol for which he was started on Niacin one week ago. On examination, his blood pressure is 120/88 mm Hg. His face and trunk have flushed appearance. Reminder of physical examination is unremarkable. Which of the following is the most appropriate recommendation for him at this time?
A) Discontinue Niacin
B) Take Niacin with food
C) Diphenhydramine as needed
D) Take Aspirin before Niacin
E) Re-assure symptoms will bate in one week