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In this assignment, you will do research on the personal health behavior you have made a contract to change and write a 3–5-page research paper about this. Important life skills include finding and understanding health information, analyzing the validity of health information sources, and using that information, all components of health literacy. Further, this assignment should be useful and will improve your successful health behavior change. Study those two articles and use them to prepare a 3-5 page paper on your topic. 1) Introduction: Include an introductory paragraph. Include a description of the health behavior you are trying to change and any related health issue that is related to that behavior. Describe why you decided to try and make this change. 2) Research Summary: Include at least one paragraph for each resource you studied (At least two paragraphs must be included for full credit. ) Each paragraph includes a summary of the source you studied and includes one thing you learned from this research that you didn’t already know or some new perspective that you gained. 3) Conclusion: One paragraph will be a conclusion about what you learned. This is not a summary of the research. It is intended to be your own original thoughts about the topic, based on what you learned. The conclusion should demonstrate your analysis and original thoughts about this topic and integrate the information you may already be aware of. You might include how you might change your steps to achieving your goal, a reflection on the health issue, or some insight you can use for future behavior change or help another who is making change. 4) APA Format requires a title page and a “works cited” page ( aka references, bibliography) in addition to your 3-5 page paper. This paper needs to be double spaced and in either Arial or Times 12 pt font. please use the 2 sources below 1- Journal of Medical Internet Research – Automated Indexing of Internet Stories for Health Behavior Change: Weight Loss Attitude Pilot Study (jmir.org) 2- Healthy Living | CDC