One of my BLRW chicks seems to have trouble breathing. Appears to be gasping for breath, even having to open it's beak. It hatched a day late, and was very sticky, my wife had to clean it, was like glue. It is almost one week old, and just started this. It is smaller than the others, but appears to going to have good blue lacing. Would you have any advice for a newbie chick doctor?? I isolated it in a ramien noodle box in the brooder, and put sugar water in for it. I also put a little sugar water in it's feed, to moisten it. I thought maybe a crop problem, but when I force feed sugar water, then message crop water bubbles out of it's mouth. It has enough strength to jump out of the isolation box, but I want to fix this issue before it gets too far. I also thought that it may be too warm, but the other 5 have no issues. My next idea would be some sort of lung infection; as it seems to have spells, not too bad, then real bad. Any ideas would be apprieciated, thanks in advanced. EDIT: I forgot to add, when it breaths, by opening it's mouth, I hear a clicking sound from it??