Home > Mental health > News News All sections in Mental Health » Alcohol » Brain » Disorders » Drugs » Living with Mental Illness » Mental Health in SA » Stress » Treatment » Mental Health News Is ISIS inspiring the defacing of SA statues? CyberShrink explores the connection between the destruction of ancient monuments by ISIS and the current defacing of historical statues in South Africa. Ask CyberShrink » Blog Bipolar journey » Talk Heart to heart forum » Quiz Are you a hypochondriac? » 13 hidden signs of stress Regenerative medicine: replacing brain cells lost from stroke Migraine drug may up risk of eating disorders in teens Topiramate, an established migraine drug for adults that was recently approved for use in teens may cause appetite reduction and weight loss as side effects. 1 in 10 Americans has anger issues and access to guns The fact that neatly ten percent of Americans are 'short-fused' AND have guns at home is a wake-up call, according to new research. Mental Health Watch reporting system is launched in SA To celebrate Human Rights Day on 21 March, the South African Federation for Mental Health has launched the Mental Health Watch project, which has been created to allow easy and accessible reporting of human rights violations. What is Restless Genital Syndrome? Restless Genital Syndrome is a relatively unknown condition where a patient feels persistent, unwanted restlessness such as tingling, pain or burning in the genital area. Workplace suicides on the rise Police officers and firefighters at high risk of suicide, and suicide rates are 15 times greater for men than women. Munchausen by proxy: getting attention by making someone else sick Cybershrink discusses the condition 'Munchausen by proxy' where people fake illness in others under their care, usually their own children, to gain attention and sympathy for themselves. “ Latest comment on Health24 Mason Jaime says... Think better for four to ten hours after.... That chief from Ulundi would rightly call this "balderdash". Why morning exercise is best ” Munchausen syndrome: why people fake illness Cybershrink investigates why some people invent elaborate symptoms and demand treatment for imaginary ills. Fashion industry still encourages anorexia DietDoc examines how the fashion industry's insistence on using models with skeletal figures encourages eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia. 'Munchausen by internet' – mother kills son for attention Cybershrink comments on a mother, Lacey Spears, who poisoned her son because she enjoyed the attention she received from family, friends, doctors and people on the internet. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Taking charge of your health Man, take care of your health! Live healthier What's your IQ? » Can you solve this grade 8 maths problem? The almost impossible grade 8 maths question answer Breastfeeding leads to higher IQ How intelligent are you? Take the the following test to find out how intelligent you are. Love your eyes » Measles can cause blindness Symptoms of an eye injury Goodbye to reading glasses? Would you bleach your blood-shot eyes? Some people are resorting to eye bleaching to remedy their red eyes.