Celeste Goodwin is a inspiration to all. She started a foundation called National Pediatric Blood Pressure Awareness Foundation. She started this foundation to spread the word how important it is for all children three years and older to have blood pressures taken regularly. Many children who have hypertension are living undiagnosed and their health is affected. Her son has a medical problem which was undiagnosed until much damage was done to his kidney and a the age of five had to have a major surgery-auto kidney transfusion. He was four years old when he was diagnosed with hypertension and if his blood pressure would have been taken before this age it is very likely he would not have needed this major surgery. Celeste Goodwin has made it her mission to educate all health care facilites in the importance of regular blood pressure screenings starting at the age of three in all children. She is also getting blood pressure screenings in schools and in public events so that more children will have a chance to get diagnosed and can be treated. Diagnosing and treating hypertension early will save many childrens' lives!