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My recommendations are: Tobacco usage is more appropriate header. As you pointed, you have a large form so you should reduce cognitive load while user moves along the form. Too wordly Last tobacco usage is good for label. Don't use date picker for specifying last time usage. Users don't have absolute calendar for such type of events in their heads. ...
Off the top of my head, I would stick with the label "tobacco" then instead of the date picker ask... "are you a tobacco user?" with a yes/no radio, checkboxes, buttons or something, if they select yes, then show the date picker inside the box just under the choice, maybe something like this:
From http://www.uxmatters.com/mt/archives/2006/07/label-placement-in-forms.php: "Label position—Placing a label above an input field works better in most cases, because users aren’t forced to look separately at the label and the input field. Be careful to visually separate the label for the next input field from the previous input field. Alignment of ...
The label is referring to the actual table cell info (describing it), so unless you have two or more numbers in a cell then you should stick to singular. In every table you have related data on every row, and you actually read table rows not columns. Example: ------------------------------------------- # | Username | Adress | Phone Number ...
Simply use "Phone Number" if you need one or more phone numbers. If you need more than one number then use "Phone Numbers".
Positive sentence is preferable. It is a base concept of mind mapping that is explain by a clearing process in our mind. When you read a negative message our unconscious clear the sentence to retain the more important information. For example if you want to stop smoking cigarettes it is sure unsuccessful to think "I don't want to smoke anymore".because ...
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