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Physician's Money Digest, October 2007, Volume 14, Issue 10

2.35 million—Number of Toyota vehicles sold worldwide in the first 3 months of 2007. (Time, 2007)

2.26 million—Number of vehicles sold by GM in the first 3 months of 2007. (Time, 2007)

13%—Percentage of consumers worried about not being able to make minimum payments on their credit cards. (Experian-Gallup Personal Credit Index Survey, 2007)

37%—Percentage of consumers who generally pay the full amount on their credit card bill(s) each month. (Experian-Gallup Personal Credit Index Survey, 2007)

13%—Percentage of consumers who usually pay the full amount on their credit cards, but not always. (Experian-Gallup Personal Credit Index Survey, 2007)

60%—Percentage of workers who admit to stealing pens and pencils from their office supply rooms. (Entrepreneur, 2007)

66%—Percentage of kids aged 11 to 13 who say they want to be business owners when they grow up. (Entrepreneur, 2007)

30—Estimated number of days it takes private insurance companies to handle 75% to 80% of disability claims. (Time, 2007)

35.4 million—Number of women who rarely get a good night's sleep. (Health, 2007)

$7.2 billion—Amount of long-term disability benefits paid out in 2006. (Investment News, 2007)

One third—China's share of global cigarette sales, by volume. (Forbes, 2007)

10 billion—Number of cigarettes smoked in 1881, the year James Bonsack invented the cigarette-rolling machine. (Forbes, 2007)