Muscular boys will "live longer than their weaker friends", a new study claims

Muscly boys aren't just a hit with the girls – they live longer, too Researchers tracked more than one million Swedish male adolescents over 24 yearsThey found stronger boys lived longer, even if they became overweight adultsPhysically weaker people might be more mentally vulnerable, it was suggested<br> <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 11:05 GMT, 21 November 2012 </p> <br><p>After a summer witnessing crowds of screaming girls jostling to catch a glimpse of Olympic diver Tod Daley's toned torso, there can't have been many young men who didn't feel a twinge of jealousy.

Joan Bakewell: "As you get older you"re not in the looks business any more – you look good for your own self-esteem"

'As you get older you're not in the looks business any more – you look good for your own self-esteem': Under the microscope with Joan Bakewell The broadcaster and novelist, 78, on plastic surgery, being weight-conscious and why her life was turned upside down last year 'I've been doing Pilates for 20 years – it helps your posture,' said Joan Bakewell ARE YOU HEALTH CONSCIOUS Yes, I’m cautious.