Avoid this code smell by ensuring that your test methods do not verify too many test conditions.
This often occurs when we try to minimize the number of tests we need to write.
A unit test should verify only one condition by executing a single code path through the SUT.
We achieve this by minimizing the Cyclomatic Complexity of the test and ensuring the SUT is isolated through Dependency Inversion.
Acceptance tests should also be kept as short as possible.
Eliminating this code smell will promote Defect Localization and minimize Test Overlap.