Obstetric Fistula is a condition that affects many girls and women in developing countries (around 2 to 3 million) especially in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, The Arab Region, and Latin America and the...Read More
Being the rock on which society is built, the family is the most essential unit to build well adjusted, sympathetic and ambitious human beings, and the absence of it is clear and painful in people ...Read More
Earth is the only home we have, and as such, we must treat it with love and respect. If we destroy it, we destroy our own species. We must care for the planet if we care for humankind! Let's be awa...Read More
This year's World Health Day theme is "Depression". When we think about health, we rarely consider mental health, which is just as important as the physical one. Depression especially has a bad rep...Read More
Even though we're not yet sure of what causes autism, what we know are its symptoms, represented by a wide spectrum ranging between high functioning and low functioning. Autism's symptoms start sho...Read More
TB stands for tuberculosis, and while the numbers of people affected by tuberculosis is on heavy decline, the battle is still only half won. Most people who die from TB are in the third world, wher...Read More
We sleep for 1/3 of our lives. If we don't, we wouldn't be able to function for the other 2/3. Sleeping replenishes us physically and mentally, and it's essential that it's done correctly; and that...Read More
A woman isn't important because she's a mother, daughter, sister or wife. She's important because she's a human being. As a society, we are far away from achieving equality for women. We have come ...Read More
It's the day of love, and love conquers all! We wish every one of you a great Valentine's Day, and may the good vibes of love spread all around the region, making it a better and safer place, away ...Read More
In the light of Cancer being one of the most common illnesses, World Cancer Day was established every February 4th, in order to unite the global population in the fight against Cancer.
A lo...Read More
International Street Children's Day was set up as a platform to help raise the voices of homeless children and t...Read More
January marks the International Creativity Month.
Creativity is sometimes underrated, tossed into a pile of "useless talents" but the fact of the matter is, without creativity we woul...Read More
Happy New Year everyone! Let's hope that 2017 is much better than the difficult 2016. With wishes of change in the region for the better, we strive with all that we have to make our Arab world and ...Read More
On this day full of joy, SGH would like to wish its patients, staff and all the Lebanese population a Merry Christmas, and may peace fall upon the country and safety engulf it.
It’s a...Read More
Throughout history, migration has been a courageous sign of people's will to live a better life, and their relentless quest for to realize their goals and dreams.
Things were not without th...Read More
On this great day, we’d like to wish you all a good and a beautiful celebration, and may it bring peace upon our world and help ease the turmoil that has plagued our countries for many years....Read More
December 10th was chosen to honour the United Nations General Assembly's adoption and proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, one of the first major ach...Read More
IDPD or International Day Of Persons With Disabilities, has been establishes since 1992 by the United Nations, to increase awareness for people with disabilities, and to help society treat them wit...Read More
World AIDS Day is established on December 1st to help people understand and fight AIDS. AIDS stands for: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome - it's acquired because it's a consequenc...Read More
Men: Prostate cancer is no joke. Your health matters to us, and should matter a lot to you too.
November is prostate cancer awareness month, this is why on the 29th, an awa...Read More
On November 22nd 1943, the French mandate over Lebanon ended, after arduous times and courageous fights on the part of the Lebanese officials and people. The memory is immortalized on one of the co...Read More
Mothers and fathers leaving the hospital without their newborn is a very difficult experience. A lot of babies are born prematurely, and they usually have to stay at the hospital until they gain fu...Read More
The rise of Diabetes around the world is alarming. In the hopes of combating this disease, World Diabetes day establishes itself as the day of awareness for prevention and treatment by choosing one...Read More
The vegan diet is one of the most controversial diets out there. Plenty of misconceptions and a great deal of misinformation surround it. From the people who consider it a fad, to those who are ter...Read More
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an event was held at SGH’s lobby. Information, conversation, and free mammograms for all women over 40 were available....Read More
In collaboration with BPI, and in the presence of Dr. Ghaddir Allaw, we organized here at SGH an Event for the Prevention and Treatment of Hypertension, Cholesterol, and Triglyceride. We had free b...Read More
On the blessed Eid Al Adha, the SGH staff, patients and their families celebrated together. Sweets were distributed, morals checked, and smiles insured. We wish our patients fast recovery and hope ...Read More