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Would You Work for a 13-Year-Old Entrepreneur?

These UConn MBA students are! Mallory Kievman's hiccup remedy has garnered support from Startup America and the University of Connecticut business school. At first, Mallory Kievman appears to be an average eighth grader. Her favorite subjects are language and science. Show More Summary

13-Year-Old Girl Invents Cure For Hiccups (VIDEO)

Post by Ericka Sóuter A teen has found the cure for a condition the affects every single person on the planet - hiccups. While my teenage babysitter's loftiest goal is being like Kim Kardashian, 13-year-old Mallory Kievman has invented a candy called "Hiccupops" that gets rid of the world's most annoying affliction. Show More Summary

Mallory Kievman’s Hiccupop: 13-Year-Old CEO Invents Cure For Hiccups

A thirteen-year-old girl has launched a potentially lucrative business built around her innovative cure for hiccups. Kievman’s idea for a hiccup cure came after she was afflicted with a stubborn case of the hiccups two years ago and decided to test a number of folk remedies from sipping water out of an upside-down cup to [...]Show More Summary

Kid Invents Candy Cure for Historically Incurable Ailment [Genius]

4 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

A 13-year-old girl from Connecticut named Mallory Kievman has come up with a pretty clever cure for hiccups: vinegar lollipops! She developed the idea after researching various at-home remedies—a teaspoon of vinegar, hard candy, etc—as well as the physiological reason for a bout of hiccups. More »

13-Year-Old Thinks She's Come Up With A Pretty Sweet Cure For Hiccups

A 13-year-old Connecticut native, Mallory Kievman, thinks she's found a cure for hiccups. After researching some solutions online, she's created patent-pending lollipops, Hiccupops, made from apple cider vinegar and sugar. UConn graduate...Show More Summary

How a 13-Year-Old’s Startup Might Be Able to Cure Your Hiccups

Forget holding your breath or drinking water upside down. One startup wants to cure your pesky hiccups with candy suckers. Mallory Kievman, a 1…

13 Year Old Invents Hiccup Killing Lollipop

NY Times: To silence her stubborn hiccups during the summer of 2010, Mallory Kievman tried swallowing saltwater, making herself gag, eating a spoonful of sugar, sipping pickle juice and drinking a glass of water upside-down. Nearly two years and 100 attempted folk remedies later, the 13-year-old is preparing to lead a team of M.B.A. students [...]

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