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Disposable hearing aids may be the answer for people with mild to moderate hearing loss who aren't sure an aid would help them, according to the University of Washington Department of Health Sciences and Medical Affairs. The disposable products, which last about 40 days, give you the opportunity to try an aid before spending hundreds of dollars for a customized one.