does this mean the studies are STATISTICALLY significant or CLINICALLY significant

When you hear about "significant" new findings, does this mean the studies are STATISTICALLY significant or CLINICALLY significant?

Sometimes marketing emphasizes a benefit that is statistically significant...but not clinically important.

Statistical significance indicates the "probability" that findings represent an ACTUAL difference...and are not due to CHANCE.

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