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Police said the girl’s 16-year-old boyfriend, who is the father of the child, a 17-year-old boy and Mr. Imler stole the hormone ProstaMate from a farm. The 17-year-old reportedly put a drop of it in the girl’s Gatorade in March 2008.
Police said they also plan to charge the boys.
The girl has since given birth. Her mother said the hormone apparently didn’t harm the baby.
First death tied to swine flu reported
SALT LAKE CITY — State health officials are reporting the first death associated with swine flu in Utah.
David Sundwall, executive director of the Utah Department of Health, said a 22-year-old man died Wednesday morning at a Salt Lake City hospital.
Mr. Sundwall said the man was overweight and had chronic medical conditions, including respiratory problems and other health issues, that would put him at risk.
Not including the Utah death, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports eight swine flu deaths in the United States.
The CDC on Wednesday said 47 states and the District have a combined 5,710 confirmed and probable cases.
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