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scientific method

[‚sī·ən′tif·ik ′meth·əd]
(science and technology)
The systematic collection and classification of data and, usually, the formulation and testing of hypotheses based on the data.
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The regulators said that it feared people who saw the ad might believe eHarmony had a scientifically proven method for providing a better shot at finding a relationship.
Author Jonathan Bailor reveals a scientifically proven lifestyle for sustainable fat loss and health by eating more and exercising less - but smarter.
Dieting Makes You Fat - The Scientifically Proven Way To Be Slim Without Lowering Your Food Intake, by Geoffrey Cannon, pounds 16.
Techfit Powerweb has been scientifically proven to enhance sporting performance, giving more strength, power and endurance.
After decades of study, the long-chain fatty acids EPA and DHA have been scientifically proven to have health benefits for the heart.
Contrary to what abusers, underground publications, and pro-steroid Web sites fallaciously preach, there is no scientifically proven "safe" way to self-administer these potentially harmful compounds in every individual case.
First, there are many alternative approaches to Ritalin and drugging--such as Neurofeedback, which has been scientifically proven to be successful and extremely safe.
The company insists that the products have been scientifically proven to be safe and that regulators have approved their introduction in the United States, where more than 70 million acres of corn, soybeans and cotton have been planted.
Nutritional Supplement Scientifically Proven to Have Heart-Healthy Benefits
CalciLife offers the combined benefits of a bioactive calcium source with a prebiotic fiber scientifically proven to substantially increase calcium absorption.