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In This Issue:

• InventHelp's Mother's Day Gift Guide
• How Earth Day Changed Inventing
• How did graham crackers get their name?

InventHelp's Mother's Day Gift Guide

Mark your calendar: Mother's Day is Sunday, May 11. Today, Mother's Day remains one of the most commercially successful holidays in the United States. In fact, it's the most popular day to dine out in a restaurant. Luckily, modern technology...

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How Earth Day Changed Inventing

One single day of the year is not enough to elicit any real change, so why give up on the ideas of Earth Day now that it's over? We at InventHelp® predict that many future inventions will be designed to...

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How did graham crackers get their name?

Graham crackers, invented in 1829, were named after their inventor, Sylvester Graham, a Presbyterian minister. He was an avid vegetarian who promoted the use of sifted and coarsely ground wheat flour for its high fiber content.


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