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' An individual approach to fitness works best Habib Noorbhai, Health24's biokinetics expert, discusses eight health and fitness topics. Pistorius sentencing: Oscar’s ‘ploy for sympathy’ According to CyberShrink Barry Roux knew that testifying wasn't going to produce much sympathy for his client – so he had to find a non-verbal way to refocus the attention on Oscar. Pistorius sentencing: Barry Steenkamp’s brave evidence CyberShrink believes Reeva's father displayed genuine grief, in contrast to Oscar’s self-indulgent performances. Schizophrenia drug linked to compulsive gambling People on the drug Abilify have experienced significant impulse control problems, such as compulsive gambling urges, binge-eating and overindulging in sex and/or shopping. Professor Noakes' ridiculous Banting trial – Part I CyberShrink feels that a trivial complaint against Professor Noakes has grown into a real threat to freedom of speech and the proper role of any doctor in South Africa. What's eating Ernie Els? CyberShrink discusses the golfer's yips and other performance-impairing afflictions that commonly affect sportsmen, musicians and writers. Watch out what you say on Facebook! CyberShrink is concerned by the extreme naivety of some people posting on social media, and their surprise at others taking offence at their 'rantings'. Professor Noakes' ridiculous Banting trial – Part II CyberShrink investigates and demolishes the arguments the Health Professions Council brought against Prof Tim Noakes and concludes that they owe him an apology. Oscar’s weird followers live in a fantasy world Cybershrink analyses why some people have elevated Oscar Pretorius to a cult figure, making him the centre of their universe. How Trump is leading America by the nose (Part II) CyberShrink explains how Donald Trump deliberately uses vague language to allow people to hear what they want to hear – like an audio version of the Rorschach test. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Eat smart for a healthy heart with B-well’s Canola oil Put back what life takes out with StaminoGro! Win a Controlice® hamper worth R800 Is erectile dysfunction a taboo topic in relationships? Live healthier Caffeine and Kids » Good news! Coffee and wine may promote a healthy gut Daily caffeine may not push up your heart beat Health check: is caffeine actually bad for kids? Is there truth to the belief that coffee stunts children's growth or disturbs their rest? Yum! » Heat up some chicken soup Home-made soup is best for your bones How to make super-nutritious winter soups Soup is a great comfort food, especially in winter, but we need to make sure our soups contain the maximum amount of nutrients without providing too many kilojoules.