If you are unfit and over-30, then you can benefit from being nagged by family and friends.
A study claims people who are inactive need regular reminders and pestering by spouses and children.
The media and GPs appear to play a similar role, providing 'alarm bells' to shock those who are unfit about the potential consequences ofa sedentary lifestyle.
The aim of this study was to help people examine their lifestyle as a whole and establish what the key factors are in influencing their activity levels. The good news is that the study suggests once you are active and healthy, you no longer need nagging. Most importantly, however, the suggestion that 'nagging is good' should only be applied to getting healthy and active!
A cash delivery driver has been robbed in York. He was attacked by men wearing balacalvas who took a cash box before leaving in a car. He's now being treated in hospital for a head injury.
Clearly we need to identify who was responsible for this incident as soon as possible. There will have been numerous people on Front Street at the time of the robbery and I urge anyone who witnessed the incident or knows who the suspects are to contact the police or Crimestoppers as soon as they can.
Police are looking to speak to a man and woman after an alleged assault in Doncaster.
A 35 year old man suffered a fractured hip when the alleged attack took place outside the Urban Bar on Cleveland Street.
Urban Bar have said: "We fully cooperate withthe police an do not condone violent behaviour on our premises".
People in the East Yorkshire village of Market Weighton say they'll fight plans for a housing development and a medical centre.
Proposals have been put forward to build the centre and 49 homes near a cul-de-sac on Northgate Vale.
But people who live there are concerned about the impact of traffic. They say their cul-de-sac would, in effect, become an access road and they claim up to two hundred cars an hour would use it. They say the road was never designed for heavy traffic.
Mr Galloway began his speech with the promised words "As I was saying Mr Speaker"
George Galloway made his first speech in the Commons today. The new MP for Bradford West has tweeted
I am officeless in the House of Commons. Presently based in tearoom of Portcullis House. I know they didn't expect me to win but come on!
It's been announced that the Red Arrows will perform a flypast to celebrate the opening ceremony of the Olympic games.
The display team, based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire, will fly over Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London, just ahead of the official opening.
A bull was shot by South Yorkshire Police this morning in the grounds of Fox Hill Primary School in Sheffield.
A member of the public rang the police around lunchtime today and the bull was found on the school's playing fields.
Pupils were inside the school at the time.
It's thought the bull escaped from a local slaughter house.
After getting specialist advice, police decided the bull had to be killed.
Crime in Hull is at a record low, according to Humberside Police.
In the last year crime reduced by 4.4% in the city, which is the equivalent of 1,664 crime victims.
Anne McIntosh, the MP for Thirsk and Malton, met the Chancellor George Osborne today to discuss a fuel duty rebate for rural parts of North Yorkshire.
People in this part of the country rely on their own transport and the high costs of fuel are also affecting the budgets of public services