Living a doctor’s life isn’t a simple thing. It also makes it harder to take the time for a show. Although Jim Sears professional life seems to be balanced, his personal life doesn’t seem like it.
He seems to be going through some difficult times in his personal lives. Wondering how he can manage his kids and make his married life completely balanced? Let’s know more about Jim’s age, divorce, television shows, including his bio!
Before we dig into the personal life of Dr. Jim Sears, let’s take a glance at his quick facts!
Dr. Jim Sears: Quick Facts
James Michael Sears
United States of America
5 feet 8 inch
Pediatrician, Tv Personality
Dr. Jim Sears Early Life
Jim Sears AKA James Michael Sears was born in the United States on 3 January 1967. Sears was born to a pediatric father and took the step of his father.
Jim works with his dad and a younger brother named Steven Sears at a family practice in Capistrano Beach, California. His younger brother has a syndrome of Down.
He graduated from the St. Louis University School of Medicine in 1996. He finished his pediatric residency at the University of Medicine Northeastern Ohio in 1999.
As of 2019, Jim is 52 years old. Furthermore, he stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches. His zodiac sign is Capricorn.
The eldest of eight children was Jim Sears, and his dad was a pediatrician. He graduated in 1996 from the St. Louis University School of Medicine.
Jim completed his pediatric residency in 1999 at the Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine, Tod Children’s Hospital in Youngstown, Ohio.
Jim received the honor of “Emergency Medicine Resident of the Year” during his time there.
Career Of Jim Sears
Sears was featured on “Dr. Phil” and the “Help Me Grow” series of PBS parenting. Sears travels around the nation, frequently giving lectures on the significance of healthy nutrition and how nutrition helps to solve medical and behavioral issues.
Sears is ‘The Doctors’ co-host, and the show won an Emmy for Outstanding InformativeTalk Show in 2010.
Sears was featured on Parenting, “Ask the Experts” and CNN as well as contributing to the magazine “Parenting” and “BabyTalk.” He also serves on the AOL Medical Advisory Board at Children’s Health Specialist.
Jim is the co-author of several books including The Premature Baby Book (Little, Brown 2004), Father’s First Steps – Twenty-Five Things Every New Father Should Know, (Harvard Common Press 2006), The Healthiest Kid in the Neighborhood (Little, Brown 2006), The Baby Sleep Book (Little, Brown 2006) and the best selling The Baby Book – Updated and Revised Edition (Little, Brown 2013).
Jim Sears Married Life, Wife, Divorce, Children
Sears shares two kids with his former wife, Diane, and another woman with a third child. He and his wife are divorced. However, the reason has not come up to the media yet.
He has two kids from his former spouse, Lea, and Jonathan. In 2011, he proposed his girlfriend-Gina on the show during a vacation in Hawaii.
Dr. Shears and Dr. Ross, featuring the movie “VaxXed: From Coverup To Catastrophe,” were questioned about their opinions on CDC Fraud’s hard evidence on the most significant M.M.R vaccine.
“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.”