The ACEMg real world studies.

For the first time, it’s possible to collect environmental, demographic and genetic data, measuring effectiveness of a safe solution to preserve hearing and maintain social vitality throughout life.

We’re recruiting pilot tests participants from the dance music scene.


The ACEMg real world epidemiological studies are citizen science in the public interest. Ultimately the studies will scale globally.


The surprising science of hearing loss.




Hearing loss is unequally distributed. 10% is in high income countries (HIC); 90% in low and middle income countries. Our goal is to solve the problem for everyone using campaign-style marketing to execute a public benefit mission, vision and values. Our focus is the 1.1 billion people aged 12-35 at risk for hearing loss early in life from personal digital music players and loud music at bars, clubs, music festivals and parties. 


Hearing loss in children and young working adults is a vast but hidden global health issue. Every time you purchase ACEMg, HHS donates the same to benefit children and young adults.