Did You Know?

Physician's Money Digest, July 2005, Volume 12, Issue 10

(USA Today, 2005)

63,000—Number of pizzerias in theUnited States.

(Putnam Investments, 2005)

41%—Percentage of income forretirees derived from Social Security.

(CNN/Money, 2005)

$1.21 million—Current averageprice of an apartment in Manhattan.

(FBI, 2004)

40%—Percentage of US robberieswhere the assailant did not use aweapon.

Everybody Loves Raymond

(Advertising Age, 2005)

$1.3 million—Cost for a 30-secondcommercial during the series finaleof CBS's .

(Time, 2005)

39—Maximum inches of your waistlinemeasurement before you runthe risk of diabetes.

(Advertising Age, 2005)

18.5 million—Number of drip coffeemakers purchased in 2004.

(Wall

Street Journal, 2004)

29%—Percentage of Americans whoelect cremation upon death.

(AGA, 2005)

$27 billion—Total annual spendingby US consumers on casino gambling.

(Baseball Hall

of Fame, 2005)

1%—Percentage of all Major LeagueBaseball players who are inductedinto the Hall of Fame.