Home > Columnists Columnists More by Cybershrink Read more of Cybershrink's columns and articles. Start A Health24 blog » Try Our quizzes and tools » Follow Health24 on Twitter » Ask CyberShrink » 10 yucky hygiene facts 'Cancer is your fault' Backstreet abortions: why is it still happening? Backstreet abortions is a thriving business on our city streets. Why is this still happening in a country where abortions are legal? Dr Owen Wiese, Health24's resident doctor, gives his opinion. TB: the side only doctors see Our resident doctor, who lost a colleague to TB, points out how poorly the disease is identified and managed in South African healthcare facilities. When a doctor loses a patient A picture of an upset doctor after losing one of his patients is going viral. Have you ever considered just how a doctor experiences loss? Malice in parliament: may the farce be with you CyberShrink gives us his views on the explosive events during the recent State of the Nation Address. Dewani trial a damp squib CyberShrink explains why the state's case against Shrien Dewani was doomed even before it started. Lights out Who needs reality TV if you've got Eskom? With one fell swoop we're all back in the Middle Ages. “ Latest comment on Health24 Laetitia Ball says... DON'T BE SUCKERED INTO BUYING GARCINIA FORTE, OFTEN ADVERTISED IN THIS NEWSPAPER, BECAUSE ITS A COMPLETE SCAM AND WILL REDUCE YOUR BANK-ACCOUNT FRAUDULENTLY BY A HUGE AMOUNT. Dodgy weight-loss pills may slip through as health supplements ” Why health care needs a shot in the arm A fair chunk of our budget should be injected into the state health care system because health is in an absolute crisis in this country, says Mandi Smallhorne. Too much, too soon, Tim Noakes! Prof Tim Noakes might be a scientist, but the Banting Diet is based on bad scientific reasoning. The Dewani trial is a farce With an apparently biased judge and a feeble prosecution the Dewani case is a travesty of justice. CyberShrink explains. The Pistorians – when love is blind CyberShrink explores why ordinary women (and sometimes even men) fall in love with people on trial or convicted of nasty crimes. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Taking charge of your health Man, take care of your health! Live healthier Marriage matters » Why marriages fail Divorce harder for kids from wealthy homes Why a curvaceous booty drives men wild "Should we get divorced?" After six years of marriage the spark is gone and this couple can't even have a conversation. Do you have a sweet tooth? » What’s SA’s most sugary drink? Craving sugar? Blame your brain WHO says we're eating too much sugar 10 foods with hidden sugar Even if you don't have a sweet tooth, you might still be eating far more sugar than you think.