To live a life of a doctor is not an easy thing. On top of that taking the time for a show makes it tougher. Here we are talking about none other than Dr. Jim Sears, who is perfectly balancing his two professions. Though it seems that he is having a balance professional life but his private life doesn’t seem like it.
It appears that he is going through some hard time in his private life. Wondering how he manages to handle his children and to perfectly balance his married life? Let’s find out more about his age, divorce, tv shows including his bio
A Pediatrician and Television Personality, Dr. Jim Sears is also a co-host on the Emmy Award-winning talk show “The Doctors.” As a Pediatrician, Sears works at a family practice in Capistrano Beach, California along with his father and a younger brother named Steven Sears. His younger brother has a Down’s Syndrome.
Jim shares two children with his previous wife, Diane, and a third child with another woman. He got divorced with his former wife, but the reason is not known.
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Dr. Shears and Dr. Ross, who featured the film “VaxXes: From Cover-up To Catastrophe,” was asked about their views on the hard evidence of CDC Fraud on the most important M.M.R Vaccine.
He Concluded: “I’m still trying to digest it, because this study which was used to give the definitive answer to us Pediatricians, that the M.M.R. was not related to Autism, I feel like I’ve been lied to. … The data that they excluded was really, really significant. Everything I’ve been telling my patients for the last 10 years was based on a lie and a cover-up.”
Born on January 3, 1967, in the USA, he is also known as James Michael Sears. Being born to a Pediatrician father, Sears took his father’s step. In 1996, he got his medical degree at St. Louis University School of Medicine. In 1999, he completed his pediatric residency at Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine.
He started his career featuring on the PBS parenting series “Help Me Grow” as well as “Dr. Phil.” He frequently travels the country and gives a speech about the significance of good nutrition with its role in fixing medical problems. Sears also serves as the Children’s Health Specialist for the AOL Medical Advisory Board.
In addition to this, he is co-author of several books including Father’s First Steps – Twenty-Five Things Every New Father Should Know, The Healthiest Kid in the Neighborhood (Little, Brown 2006), The Premature Baby Book (Little, Brown 2004), (Harvard Common Press 2006), and The Baby Sleep Book (Little, Brown 2006).
Due to his dual profession as an actor and as a doctor with hosting the show “The Doctors,” he must have earned huge amount of salary that adds to his tremendous amount of net worth.