Literature SourcesSelect a Community Health or Health topic, then use the Internet to find sources and review the current literature on this topic. Find 15 sources that are relevant to your topic- the majority should be from peer-reviewed journals.The annotated bibliography should be prepared using APA (American Psychological Association) format and include a brief summary paragraph about each source below its entry, as shown in the examples below.Example Annotated Bibliography EntriesAdams, T., Moore, M., & Dye, J. (2007). The relationship between physical activity and mental health in a national sample of college females. Women & Health, 45(1), 69-85. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. This study analyzed the effects of physical activity on the mental health of college females. 22,073 females participated where depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and perceived health were the defendant variables and two bouts of weekly exercise were the independent variables. Exercise was shown to endorse a positive perceived health and alleviate feelings of depression. This article is important because depression and self-esteem in college-aged females is a prevalent issue and needs more attention. This population is sometimes forgotten about and the mental health of these students is very important.