60. Lengyel CO, Jiang D and Tate RB. Trajectories of nutritional risk: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. J Nutr Health Aging 2016.

59. St. John, PD, Jiang D and Tate RB. Qualilty of life trajectories predict mortality in older men: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. J Aging Health 2016;

58. Swift AU and Tate RB. A bidirectional approach to lay definitions vs. theories of successful aging: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. Healthy Aging Research 2015; 4:38.     Full Text

57. Akhtar U, Keller HH, Tate RB and Lengyel CO. Construct validation of three nutrition questions using health and diet ratings in older Canadian men living in the community. Can J Diet Pract Res. 2015; 76(4): 194-199.     Full Text

56. Melesse DY, Halli SS and Tate RB. Variations over four decades in body mass index trajectories prior to diagnosis of diabetes mellitus: The Manitoba Follow-up Study, 1948-2007. Can J Public Health 2015; 106(3):e95-e100.     Abstract     Full Text (CJPH subscribers)

55. Tate RB, Cuddy TE and Mathewson AL. Cohort Profile: The Manitoba Follow-up Study (MFUS). Int J Epi 2015; 1528-36.     Abstract & Full Text

54. Lengyel CO, Tate RB and Bayomi DJ. Nutritional risk in community-dwelling older men: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. Can J Diet Pract Res 2014 Summer; 75(2):84-8.     Abstract

53. Barclay R and Tate RB. Response shift recalibration and reprioritization in health-related quality of life was identified prospectively in older men with and without stroke. J Clin Epi 2014; 67:500-507.     Abstract     Full Text (JCE subscribers)

52. Broeska VE, Lengyel CO and Tate RB. Nutritional risk and 5-year mortality of older community-dwelling Canadian men: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. J Nutr Gerontol Geriatr 2013; 32(4):317-29.     Abstract

51. Swift AU and Tate RB. Themes from older men's lay definitions of successful aging as indicators of primary and secondary control beliefs over time: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. J Aging Stud 2013; 27(4):410-8.     Abstract     Full Text

50. Tate RB, Swift AU and Bayomi DJ. Older men's lay definitions of successful aging over time: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. Int J Aging Human Dev 2013; 76(4):297-322.     Abstract     Full Text

49. Tate RB, Michaels L, Cuddy TE and Bayomi DJ. Clinical diagnoses before age 75 and men's survival to their 85th birthday: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. The Gerontologist 2013 Feb; 53(1):133-41.     Abstract

48. Caligiuri S, Lengyel C and Tate R. Changes in food group consumption and associations with self-rated diet, health, life satisfaction, and mental and physical functioning over 5 Years in very old Canadian men: The Manitoba Follow-Up Study. J Nutr Health Aging 2012; 16(8):707-12.     Abstract

47. Tate RB, Loewen BL, Bayomi DJ and Payne BJ. The consistency of definitions of successful aging provided by older men: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. Canadian J Aging 2009 Dec;28(4):315-322.     Abstract

46. Lengyel CO, Tate RB and Obirek Blatz AK. The relationships between food group consumption, self-rated health, and life satisfaction of community-dwelling Canadian older men: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. J Nutr Elderly 2009 Apr-Jun;28(2):158-173.     Abstract

45. Cuddy TE, Halli PS and Tate RB. QT dispersion and heart rate predict the risk of sudden unexpected cardiac death in men: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. Prev Cardio 2009 Winter;12(1):27-33.     Abstract

44. Bayomi DJ and Tate RB. Ability and accuracy of long-term weight recall by elderly males: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. Ann Epidemiol 2008 Jan;18(1):36-42.     Abstract

43. Lengyel CO, Tate RB and Bayomi DJ. Food group consumption and self-rated diets of elderly community-dwelling Canadian men. The Manitoba Follow-up Study. J Nutr Health Aging. 2007 Jan-Feb;11(1):8-13.     Abstract

42. Cuddy TE and Tate RB. Sudden unexpected cardiac death as a function of time since the detection of electrocardiographic and clinical risk factors in apparently healthy men: The Manitoba Follow-Up Study, 1948 to 2004. Can J Cardiol 2006 Mar;22(3):205-211.     Abstract

41. Lee C, Soni A, Tate RB and Cuddy TE. The incidence and prognosis of Brugada electrocardiographic pattern in the Manitoba Follow-Up Study. Can J Cardiol 2005 Dec;21(14):1286-90.     Abstract

40. Tate RB, Lah L and Cuddy TE. Definition of successful aging by elderly Canadian males: The Manitoba Follow-up Study. The Gerontologist 2003;43(5):735-744.     Abstract

39. Tate RB, Manfreda J and Cuddy TE. The effect of age on risk factors for ischemic heart disease: the Manitoba Follow-up Study, 1948-1993. Ann Epidemiol 1998;8:415-421. (with editorial p 411-414)     Abstract

38. Tate RB, Manfreda J, Krahn AD Cuddy TE. Tracking of blood pressure over a 40-year period in the Manitoba Follow-up Study, 1948-1988. Am J Epidemiol 1995;142(9):946-954.     Abstract

37. Krahn AD, Manfreda J, Tate RB, Mathewson FAL and Cuddy, TE. The natural history of atrial fibrillation: incidence, risk factors and prognosis in the Manitoba Follow-Up Study. Am J Med 1995;98:476-484.     Abstract

36. Krahn AD, Manfreda J, Tate RB, Mathewson FAL and Cuddy TE. Evidence that height is an independent risk factor for coronary artery disease (the Manitoba Follow-up Study). Am J Cardiol 1994;74:398-399.     Abstract

35. Krahn AD, Mathewson FAL and Cuddy TE. The natural history of asymptomatic complete heart block. A case series from the Manitoba Follow-up Study. Can J Cardiol 1992;8(10):1047-1049.     Abstract

34. Manfreda J, Cuddy TE, Tate RB, Krahn A and Mathewson FAL. Regular narrow QRS complex tachycardias in the Manitoba Follow-up Study (1948-1988). Can J Cardiol 1992;8(2):195-199.     Abstract

33. Krahn AD, Manfreda J, Tate RB, Mathewson FAL and Cuddy TE. The natural history of electrocardiographic preexcitation in men. Ann Intern Med 1992;116:456-460.     Abstract

32. Mathewson FAL, Manfreda J, Tate RB and Cuddy TE. The University of Manitoba Follow-up Study - An investigation of cardiovascular disease with 35 years of follow-up (1948-1983). Can J Cardiol 1987;3(8):378-382.     Abstract

31. Mymin D, Mathewson FAL, Tate RB and Manfreda J. The natural history of primary first-degree atrioventricular heart block. N Eng J Med 1986;315:1183-1187.     Abstract

30. Mathewson FAL, Mymin D, Manfreda J and Tate RB. The University of Manitoba Follow-Up Study natural history of heart disease in World War II aircrew. State of the Study - 1983. U Man Med J 1984;54(2):81-86.     Abstract

29. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. The electrocardiogram in apparently healthy men and the risk of sudden death. Br Heart J 1982;47:546-552.     Abstract

28. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Relationship of blood pressure in 20 - 39 year-old-men to subsequent blood pressure and incidence of hypertension over a 30-year observation period. Circulation 1982;65(2):291-300.     Abstract

27. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. The relationship of marked left axis deviation to the risk of ischemic heart disease. Int J Cardiol 1981;1:169-178.     Abstract

26. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Long term follow-up of incomplete right bundle branch block: the risk of development of complete right bundle branch block. J Electrocardiology 1981;14(4):379-386.     Abstract

25. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. The natural history of right bundle branch block and frontal plane QRS axis in apparently healthy men. Chest 1981;80:191-196.     Abstract

24. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Relationship of ventricular ectopy in men without apparent heart disease to occurrence of ischemic heart disease and sudden death. Am Heart J 1981;101(2):135-142.     Abstract

23. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Chronobiology of cardiac sudden death in men. JAMA 1980;244(12):1357-1358.     Abstract

22. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Natural history of left bundle branch block. Br Heart J 1980;43:164-169.     Abstract

21. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Risk of sudden death for intraventricular conduction defects in men without apparent heart disease: Manitoba Study. International Congress Series no. 491, Exerpta Medica, Amsterdam-Oxford-Princeton, 1979: 585-587.     Abstract

20. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Longitudinal blood pressure measurements during a 26 year observation period and the risk of ischemic heart disease. Am J Epidemiol 1979;109(6):650-662.     Abstract

19. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Natural history of marked left axis deviation (left anterior hemi-block): Am J Cardiol 1979;43:605-611.     Abstract

18. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Long term changes in blood pressure and risk of cerebrovascular disease. Stroke 1978;9(4):319-327.     Abstract

17. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. The relation of blood pressure to stroke prognosis. Ann Int Med 1978;89:15-20.     Abstract

16. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Predicting risk of ischemic heart disease and cerebrovascular disease from systolic and diastolic blood pressures. Ann Int Med 1978;88:342-345.     Abstract

15. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Tate RB. Prognosis after acute myocardial infarction: relation to blood pressure values before infarction in a prospective cardiovascular study. Am J Cardiol 1977;40:604-610.     Abstract

14. Hsu P-H, Mathewson FAL, Abu-Zeid, HAH and Rabkin SW. Change in risk factor and the development of chronic disease - a methodological illustration. J Chron Dis 1977;30:567-584.     Abstract

13. Hsu P-H, Mathewson FAL and Rabkin SW. Blood pressure and body mass index patterns: a longitudinal study. J Chron Dis 1977;30:93-113.     Abstract

12. Rabkin SW, Mathewson FAL and Hsu P-H. Relation of body weight to development of ischemic heart disease in a cohort of young North American men after a 26 year observation period: the Manitoba Study. Am J Cardiol 1977;39:452-458.     Abstract

11. Mathewson FAL, Rabkin SW and Hsu P-H. Atrioventricular heart block - 27-Year follow-up experience. Assn Life Insur Dir America 1976;60:110-130.     Abstract

10. Corne RA and Mathewson FAL. Congenital complete atrioventricular heart block. A 25 year follow-up study. Am J Cardiol 1972;29:412-415.     Abstract

9. Mathewson FAL, Corne RA, Nelson NA and Hill NL. Blood pressure characteristics of a select group of North American males, followed for 20 years. Can Med Assoc J 1972;106:549-557.     Abstract

8. Mathewson FAL, Brereton DC, Keltie WA and Paul GI. The University of Manitoba Follow-up Study. A prospective investigation of cardiovascular disease Part II: Build, blood pressure and electrocardiographic factors possibly associated with the development of coronary heart disease. Can Med Assoc J 1965;92:1002-1006.     Abstract

7. Mathewson FAL, Brereton DC, Keltie WA and Paul GI. The University of Manitoba Follow-up Study. A prospective investigation of cardiovascular disease. Part I. General description-mortality and incidence of coronary heart disease. Can Med Assoc J 1965;92:947-953.     Abstract

6. Mathewson FAL and Brereton DC. Atrio-ventricular heart block University of Manitoba Follow-up Study reports-series 1963. Trans Assoc Life Insur Med Dir of America 1964;48:210-234.     Abstract

5. Mathewson FAL and Varnam GS. Abnormal electrocardiograms in apparently healthy people. Part II. The electrocardiogram in the diagnosis of subclinical myocardial disease-serial records of 32 people. Circulation 1960;XXI (2):204-213.     Abstract

4. Mathewson FAL and Varnam GS. Abnormal electrocardiograms in apparently healthy people. Part I. Long term follow-up study. Circulation 1960;XXI (2):196-203.     Abstract

3. Mathewson FAL. The abnormal electrocardiogram without other manifestations of heart disease. Man Med Review 1960;40(2):131-133.     Abstract

2. Mathewson FAL and Harvie FH. Complete heart block in an experienced pilot. Br Heart J 1957;XIX (2):253-258.     Abstract

1. Mathewson FAL and Taylor WJR. Prolonged P-R interval in apparently healthy people. Assoc Life Insur Med Dir America 1952;36:44-73.     Abstract