Pablum is a baby cereal similar to rice cereal. It was brought to the Hospital For Sick Children in 1930. It was invented by three doctors.
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A pablum is anything which is overly bland or simplistic, especially speech or writing.
Pablum was marketed by the Mead Johnson company in 1931.
Pablum was invented on September 12 1930, by Canadian pediatricians.
Pablum was invented in 1931. Pablum was invented to help moms feed infants a more solid food that is quick to prepare. It was a processed cereal for infants.
the doctors who inveted pablum was Alan Brown, Fredrick Tisdall, and Theodore Drake.
For ten minutes, nine of them on the economy, he spewed pablum and drool, saying he was hopeful our economic problems could be solved.
Rich Pablum has written: 'The five people you meet in hell' -- subject(s): Fiction, Future life, Hell
Pablum is a bland soft cereal.
Pablum was developed in 1931 by a team of doctors at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. (Fred Tisdall, Ted Drake, and Alan Brown) It was originally created as a medicine to cure Rickets. They were aided by Harry Engel from Mead Johnson; who became the first company to sell Pablum commerically.
Yes! in 1930 by 3 doctors. The 3 Doctors woked for the Hospital For Sick Children, located in Toronto. The recipe was patented, and for the next 25 years, every box of Pablum, sold anywhere in the world, brought 10 cents to the hospital, as a part of the royalty agreement. The Pablum money went a long way to creating the world famous HSC that we know today. Pablum is a baby cereal similar to rice cereal sold by the baby food manufacturers.