Home > Lifestyle > Teen > News Updated 06 February 2014 Teens keep cyberbullying alive With teenagers being more likely to be rude on social networks, cyberbullying stats are on the rise. 0 Pin It Ask Teen Expert » Join Heart to Heart » Quiz Will the relationship last? » Test Push-ups » Types of drugs teens use Teens keep cyberbullying alive The extent of cyberbullying in South Africa is understated, but it is clear that the problem is growing, Riaan Rudman, lecturer at Stellenbosch University told News24.Click on this infographic from mspy.com to see the incidence of cyberbullying:While the reasons for teens being online tormentors may vary, a study suggests that cyberbullies have mental problems, and their victims are likely to suffer depression.Parents can educate themselves by reading up on the signs and symptoms of cyberbullying. More in Lifestyle Strict parents linked to internet addiction More: TeenNews advertisement Get a quote Momentum - save up to 35% on healthcare advertisement Read Health24’s Comments Policy Comment on this story 0 comments Add your comment Thank you, your comment has been submitted. Logout Comment 0 characters remaining Share on Facebook Logout Comment 0 characters remaining Share on Facebook Loading comments... Other news Lifestyle How to survive load shedding Natural How to cure insomnia naturally Medical Global warming could push malaria to higher areas Fitness No preferred treatment for neck pain Lifestyle FDA approves new testosterone drug Medical US fears for patents on next-generation drugs in India From our sponsors Recovery after exercise is an essential part of any workout What is Metabolic Syndrome? Could you have it? Eyecare for computer users Treet-It Anti-Lice aiding schools in the prevention of Head Lice Live healthier Down hill? » Argus Cycle Tour Celebrities who masturbate Can't get it up? Erectile dysfunction and the cyclist Does cycling cause erectile dysfunction? Some urologists seem to think so. Fitness fuel » Banned substances Sport and nutrition Exercise myths busted Are there any 'safe' sports supplements? Sportsmen and -women need to be super vigilant when they take any medication or supplement. Just one wrong step can ruin a promising career, DietDoc warns.