I am going to a new doctor today for my annual physical and to check on a few things. I have relocated so I am going to a new Dr. They emailed me a 3 page form to fill out and bring in with me. Most of it is standard medical history stuff, but one section is called "Prevention". It asks a series of Yes/No questions like do I smoke, drink alcohol, drink coffee ect. But one question stood out. "If there is a gun in your home, is it out of children's reach and unloaded?" Now first of all, in my home the answer would be both Yes and No. One is out of reach but it is loaded. But the main question I have is what does this have to do with my medical care? I think we can proceed with my physical without the doctor knowing the details on how I store firearms. Plus the form had already asked the names and ages of my children. They are 26, 27, and 29. Has anyone else had this bizarre question pop up at their doctor's office?