The chairman and chief executive officer of a clean cosmetics company is beginning to come under fire over culturally-insensitive comments she had made on social media regarding Asian mushrooms.
Annie Lawless, who founded Lawless Beauty in 2017, talked about “gross” Asian mushrooms from “shi**y” Chinese restaurants while hiking in a now-deleted Instagram story.
Researchers in Singapore found that eating mushrooms over twice per week could help prevent memory and language problems later in life.
According to the study, published by the National University of Singapore in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, there is a unique antioxidant present in mushrooms that helps protect certain brain functions.
An international DJ from Singapore is facing decades of jail time for multiple drug-related charges.
Debbie Valerie Long, better known by her moniker Tenashar, has been charged with two counts of drug consumption, possession of Erimin-5, a hypnotic muscle relaxer known as “Happy 5” or nimetazepam, and the importation of psilocin, one of the substances found in psychedelic mushrooms.
A village near Tengchong, Yunnan Province in China is home to a cluster of mushrooms so big that they’re being regarded by residents as the “king of mushrooms.”
While the mushroom cluster can reach up to 83.5 centimeters (32.8 inches) (2.7 feet) high, the widest, most far-reaching mushroom, also known as “elephant foot”, alone has an expansive diameter of 40 centimeters (15.7 inches) (1.3 ft).
Reports of coyotes suddenly attacking motorists along a California highway have awakened the usually quiet beach town of Bolinas for around a month now.