Dr. Keaira Dupuy is currently a second year Family Medicine resident at the Washington Health System. She grew up in Bay Shore, in Long Island NY. She attended The City College of NY in uptown Manhattan, and graduated from the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education. She completed her clinical years of medical school in Akron Ohio, and ultimately graduated with a Doctorate of Medicine from Northeast Ohio Medical University. When she isn’t studying, she enjoys spending time with her family, creative writing, and baking.
National Immunization Awareness Month
Did you know vaccinations aren’t just for children? They are a vital part of health maintenance at every age. They’re especially important for adults planning to travel, or anyone with chronic medical conditions. Vaccines are an effective way to decrease the risk of illnesses in yourself, your close contacts, and in your community. Vaccination is a proven way to reduce the rate of diseases including measles, flu, chickenpox and pneumonia. The HPV vaccine can even protect against viruses that lead to cervical cancer. At your next checkup make sure to ask your doctor about vaccines, and see which would be best for you.