Medical Geology is defined as the science dealing with the relationship between geological factors and health problems in humans, animals and plants (cf. Selinus 2002; Finkelman et al. 2001). Medical geology could be recognised also as geomedicine, but medical geography on the other hand has had a slightly different meaning that is related to the broader field of medical geology. Medical geography looks at the geographical distribution of disease while not focusing on the underlying geology; it examines the causal associations between specific diseases and the physical and social environments (Foster, 2002). The field of study is complex and requires a multidisciplinary approach using a wide variety of specialists from geologists, geochemists and medical doctors to veterinarians and biologists.