The Institute of Medicine recommended to the HHS Secretary that eight additional preventive services for women be added to the preventive services that health plans cover at no cost to the patient under the ACA. The eight services include:  screening for gestational diabetes; human papillomavirus (HPV) testing as part of cervical cancer screening for women over 30; counseling on sexually-transmitted infections; counseling and screening for HIV; contraceptive methods and counseling to prevent unintended pregnancies; lactation counseling and equipment to promote breast-feeding; screening and counseling to detect and prevent interpersonal and domestic violence; and yearly well-woman preventive care visits to obtain recommended preventive services.