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From Fizz to Fact: The impact of carbonated beverage taxation on morbidity rates in India [message #28833] Mon, 18 March 2024 02:58 Go to next message
Riddhi Singhal is currently offline  Riddhi Singhal
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Data on frequency of aerated drinks and data on morbidity: cardiovascular diseases, type-2 diabetes mellitus, liver diseases, bone density and dental health. At times, I saw that such data is available on one of the NFHS datasets and not others, but they can't be combined. Also, I have read certain research papers where similar variables as mentioned above have been used but when I saw the data, I could not find them. I want to use the NFHS-4 dataset for my study. Please help me with this.
Apart from this, if possible can you please tell me where can I find the data for taxation rates on aerated drinks in different states in India around the same time?

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Re: From Fizz to Fact: The impact of carbonated beverage taxation on morbidity rates in India [message #28859 is a reply to message #28833] Tue, 19 March 2024 11:21 Go to previous message
Janet-DHS is currently offline  Janet-DHS
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Following is a response from DHS staff member, Tom Pullum:

Your question is outside the scope of this forum.  The NFHS-4 does not contain the kind of data you are looking for.  Please look at the final report on the survey (https://www.dhsprogram.com/pubs/pdf/FR339/FR339.pdf), or the questionnaire, for the information and topics included in this survey.
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