The development & implementation of women's health activities across the U.S. Public Health Sevice (PHS) is based on a set of criteria for defining women's health issues: conditions or diseases unique to women, more prevalent or more serious in women, or for which the risk factors or interventions are different for women. This biblio. addresses a number of key issues influencing health care for women in the U.S., arranged in 9 major categories, including sections on underserved populations; financial access barriers; lifestage considerations; health care provider concerns; & a broad range of issues pertaining to maternal-infant health, reproductive health & health behaviors (e.g., smoking & substance abuse) & health conditions (e.g., cancer & HIV/AIDS). This biblio. lists references in English language literature on women's health care issues published as monographs, journal articles, govt. reports, tech. reports, hearings & news items from Jan. 1990 through July 1993.Ulincy, Loretta D. is the author of 'Health Care for Women Acces, Utilization, Outcomes Bibliography-1990-1993' with ISBN 9780788113697 and ISBN 0788113690.