Health Happenings

Tuesday, September 18, 2001 at 1:00am

Hockey fights cancer: The Nashville Predators are doing their fair share to help fight the disease that affects the lives of so many. For the first time in NHL history, the Predators are donating a portion of all season tickets sold this month to support the Hockey Fights Cancer program. The team will contribute up to $100 to Baptist Cancer Center for every 2001-2002 season ticket sold in September. Baptist Hospital alone diagnoses more than 2000 new cancer patient cases a year and treats more than 3,000 cancer patients each year. Nashville Predators season tickets for this season include 43 games and can be purchased on an interest-free payment plan. Ice packs of 14 games are also available. This Saturday (September 15), the Predators and Baptist will salute cancer survivors and staff from the hospital when the Nashville team plays the Chicago Blackhawks in a preseason match-up at 7:00 p.m.. For more information call, 770-PUCK.

Seniors are special: Not only are older people special, they also require some special TLC when it comes to adapting the aging body to the changing times. Baptist Hospital offers

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