This week's discussion is all about the theme of love and relationships, Dr Becky Spellman, Psychologist and We-Vibe’s Relationship Expert.
Research by YouGov Omnibus for Yahoo UK's podcast Britain Is a Nation Of... found that people are okay with public displays of affection - up until they involve tongues.
Brits are divided on the subject of funerals, with a YouGov poll finding that a third of people think they should be a solemn occasion while four in ten think they should be a joyous affair.
This week's discussion is all about the theme of alcohol, with expert input from Professor Ian Hamilton, lecturer in mental health and addiction at the University of York.
If you're an alcoholic and you try to do Dry January, it could kill you, warns Professor Ian Hamilton on Yahoo's podcast Britain Is a Nation Of....
More than a quarter of Brits have lied about how much they drink, according to a poll by YouGov Omnibus and Yahoo UK.
Four in ten Britons think it's unacceptable to use your mobile phone whilst out for dinner at a restaurant with friends - but younger people are far more okay with it than older age groups.
Tune in to find out how many Brits don't like their colleagues and the surprising amount of us who have lied on our CVs.
The poll by YouGov Omnibus and Yahoo UK found that one in ten people like less than half of their colleagues, with some admitting they don't like any of the people they work with.
One in 25 men and one in 30 women have a bath or shower just once a week, a new poll by Yahoo News UK and YouGov Omnibus has revealed.
Six in ten Brits would borrow a substantial sum of money from a bank, while just 17% would turn to family, a poll by YouGov Omnibus and Yahoo UK has revealed.
Yahoo News UK and YouGov have launched a new podcast called ‘Britain is a Nation Of…’, a stats-based look at the quirky side of British behaviour.
Yahoo News UK and YouGov have launched a new podcast called 'Britain is a Nation Of...', a stats-based look at the quirky side of British behaviour.
Former Great British Bake Off finalist and chartered psychologist Kimberley Wilson says certain things gross us out because of a 'disgust response' they elicit.
In the latest episode of Yahoo's 'Britain Is a Nation Of...' podcast, Head of News Stuart Henderson, Editor Matilda Long, and former Great British Bake Off finalist Kimberley Wilson discuss all things food.
Snoozing your alarm repeatedly doesn't actually give you any health benefits, says sleep expert Professor Jason Ellis, director of the Northumbria Centre for Sleep Research.
Older people are likely to find it harder to sleep because of changes in the body as we age, said Professor Jason Ellis, director of the Northumbria Centre for Sleep Research.
Wearing pyjamas might make it harder for your body to regulate its own temperature, according to sleep expert Professor Jason Ellis