Health behavior research has primarily focused on how the individual can modify behaviors to improve health outcomes. However, there must be a shift in the way health behavior is understood and studied. By doing so, researchers can explain how individuals learn and continuously practice healthy behaviors. Currently, researchers have solely relied on the individual to change their behaviors without considering the social contexts. The purpose of this study is to examine health behavior through a Social Practice Theory lens in order to answer the following questions:
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