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Clarke Gayford shares the VERY soppy gift that helps him cope with partner Jacinda Ardern being away

Jacinda Ardern’s fiance shares the VERY soppy gift that helps him cope with being away from his partner while she’s on the campaign trail

  • Clarke Gayford shared a picture of a unique pillowcase on Twitter on Wednesday
  • The case is adorned with Jacinda Ardern’s face, English roses and a silver fern
  • The 43-year-old said it lets him not miss his fiance too much while campaigning
  • Ms Ardern took on Judith Collins in the third leaders debate on Tuesday night
  • She is heavily favoured to win a second term as PM in the October 17 election 

Jacinda Ardern’s fiance Clarke Gayford has revealed the cringeworthy gift that keeps him company while his partner is away campaigning for re-election.

The 43-year-old took to Twitter on Wednesday to share a picture

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To cope with pandemic stress, many women turned to alcohol, continuing a worrying trend

Alcohol-related deaths are on the rise in the U.S., a report published Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds.

The report, from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, found that deaths from alcohol use increased by 43 percent from 2006 to 2018.

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The findings, which don’t include data from this year, come as other research highlights how drinking remains a problem for many in the U.S., particularly among women.

Indeed, the CDC report found that the impact was greatest on women. “While rates were higher for males than females for each year,” the study authors wrote, “the rate of change was greater for females.”

The report didn’t give reasons for the increase among women, but it suggested that women living far outside city limits may have been more at risk. “From 2000 through 2018, greater percentage increases in the rates

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women

To cope with pandemic stress, many women turned to alcohol

Alcohol-related deaths are on the rise in the U.S., a report published Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds.

The report, from the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, found that deaths from alcohol use increased by 43 percent from 2006 to 2018.

Full coverage of the coronavirus outbreak

The findings, which don’t include data from this year, come as other research highlights how drinking remains a problem for many in the U.S., particularly among women.

Indeed, the CDC report found that the impact was greatest on women. “While rates were higher for males than females for each year,” the study authors wrote, “the rate of change was greater for females.”

The report didn’t give reasons for the increase among women, but it suggested that women living far outside city limits may have been more at risk. “From 2000 through 2018, greater percentage increases in the rates

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