Poison Control Center Deals With Spike in Mushroom Calls

The Michigan Poison Control Center says you should think twice before chowing down on wild mushrooms. The center is seeing an unusually high number of people getting sick. Mushroom experts say you should only eat a small piece of a new mushroom to make sure it's safe. Cooking the mushrooms can help reduce the toxins. Some people can even have bad reactions to real morels. Eating false morels can cause a variety of symptoms ranging from nausea and vomiting to hallucinations and seizures. 9 and 10's Kyle Mitchell and Photojournalist Eli Gardiner have more on how mushroom hunters can stay safe.