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10 LIFESTYLE SANTA ANA COLLEGE el Don/eldonnews.org • MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2017 WELLNESS Health Fee Every semester, students pay a $31 health fee for services that many do not use. Whether it be for condoms or vaccinations, the Student Health and Wellness Center provides staff evaluations, medicine for injuries and illnesses and referrals for treatment outside the center. An informal survey at SAC shows the majority were unaware of the health fee and its purpose. “As a full-time student, you never know when you are going to need the services the health fee provides,” SAC music major Brayen Juarez said. This fee is charged to all students whether or not they choose to use health services, according to SAC policies. Some students qualify for a health fee waiver if applicable. However, a payment is not required until the end of the semester, Debbie Clark, an intermediate clerk said. Services are provided by the Student Health and Wellness Center, located in room V-211. —Marc Ibarra RELAX / Psychologists suggest physical activities can help aid with anxiety and stress. / Dreamstime / TNS SELF-CARE /STORY BY JORDY ESPINOZA TAKING TIME TO SAVE YOUR MIND A survey conducted by the American College Health Association reported that 21.9 percent of college students said that within the last 12 months, anxiety had affected their academic performance. To combat anxiety and stress, stu- dents should consider methods of self-care. The term “self-care” has become a popular topic, with impactful events like the Las Vegas shooting and President Trump’s decision to end the De- ferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act. Psychologists say self-care is any activity that we do willfully in order to take care of our emotional, mental and physical health. At Santa Ana College, a DACA healing circle was made available by the Health and Well