I think it's fine for a pediatrician or GP to review basic safety measures with new parents: keeping cleaning products out of reach, car
seats, blocking electrical outlets and yes keeping guns locked up.
You would be surprised how uncommon common sense can be.
An adult in the course of an exam, of course not. Though maybe in the case of taking in an elderly parent there should be some sort of similar review.
What do you think?
I think that a family doctor should not act as an instrument of the government but rather as a heath care professional.
The lifestyle choices of the parents are out of bounds.
What do you think ?