Since today is National Lame Duck Day, I will keep it brief. In the aftermath of Art Los Angeles Contemporary and anticipating New York fashion week, we should probably just step back and focus on healthy hearts. After all, February is American Heart Month. Last week I was certain I was having a heart attack when about 30 things went awry all in the same day. I mean, can’t someone please explain how to discriminate between heartburn and heart failure? When I look them up on the Internet, both lightheadedness and sweating are listed within the top 10 symptoms. Good G-d—I feel lightheaded and break into a cold sweat every time I see a fantastic piece of art. Do I just have nine lives? The best I could do is download with my physician, Dr. Robert Huizenga, to provide easy tips for maintaining a healthy heart. While I was at it, I did another facial peel to retrieve my best glow, visited the High Line Hotel, and went straight to the source, Gladys Tamez Millinery, to find the best haute hat to block the midwinter sun, and attend the 2015 AFIM gala.
 

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