The benefit is expected to expand services such as cancer screenings and dietary counseling in an effort to catch diseases early and ultimately control insurance costs. Clarifying a much-anticipated benefit in the healthcare law, the Obama administration on Wednesday issued rules outlining how millions of consumers will soon be able to get many preventive medical services at no out-of-pocket cost.
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